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 INSURANCE
wHlTE, SHILES & CO
Columbia St.
Phone 85
li r l
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW   WESTMINSTER   B.  C,    THURSDAY   MORNING,  DECEMBER
1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COP\
TURNBULL AND
RENNIE BACK
Westminster Men on Canadian Olympic Team Hav*
High Opinion of England.
.. ���>
1*1111
;���,,:,en,,- world,
lluUn and George Rennie, re*
.    , Minng, alter a two
,,j,   iu England    with   the
ti am. Both men are
ilarlj   nt, and   in spite
ulaullc passage, they
ws to a News man
ealth.
PAKTNtKSHIP BtTWttN       Manuracturer^Orgamzation iASYLUM AUTHORITIES MUNICIPAL LEGISLATION
I OliKHS IS DISPUTED May Follow Informal Luncheon j      DESIRE STRIP OF LAND      DISCUSSED AT VICTORIA
.Change In Fence  Line Argument Used   Long   List   uf  Questions  Come   Up   far
Langloy   Men   Engag
Dtt'.rmine  J
ie in  Litigation   to
oint Arrangement���
Decides  for  P
'laintiff.
i.i.  i incbeon will be given same
il lame.  13. Walsh, manager| man, H
1 McRae,
Thu
^^^ A:
I in  bi i,..
" orta lon  department,    ot
'he i .n  ilan  Man ifacturer.*' assoclar
I tion, by John Henury, recently elected
Of j'if'' -pn   di nt. a;  the Hotel Russell on
Small,
.1. Rlcl
Schaake, Ronald Cliff, A. D.
,. A. Lewis and about uftecn
others.
Following a general talk on freight
and    transpoi ation   matters,    during
in  Asking City  for   Boulevard���
Details Are Lacking.
action of George Browse,   ���..- ._..._.   -   ,.
Langley,      farmer,    against    George |Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. A, which  -Messrs.    Broader    and   W alsh
Moody, laborer, foi {210 cam<
fore  bu  hunor Judgi   Howas   In  the I chants of this city
��� .
u.untn-
.-.
.. IBI
. . ,   _H'
,,,-  .       "lie
.   ies! ol
impressions of Trip.
p     with   ill.    fellow   111! ill
., . ii routi, and  dur-
up be- Mi 'ini' ��� i of the business men and mer-
���ity will be present by
R. Grant  invitation, but   the   luncheon   will bi
w. G. Mc- strictly Informal,
deiendant,   Judgement ror     Included among thos,   who are exi
plaintiff was given foi    tne   amount  pected to be presenl  are  J. A.  Cun.!
^^^^^^ linn,,.
countj   court   ye ti
|_appearlng tor pi dn
Quarrte toi
will be advised of Westminster's
needs, a meeting will be held at
which the advisability of forming a
local branch of the Manufacturer.-' ;,--
it seems not improbable inai the
strip ni land between the lower .nl
of the Boulevard and the ear track on
Leopold place will be dealt with by
the city council at an early date, aris.
00<ation   will  be  discussed.    At   the ing out of the application of   the pro
file
:,-
dial" -
En.
._,..���. ol a mosl  c.,.-
..   was never    the
a   n  this direction  ���>
, :  ,n  Mk ir  praise ,'.
ami   bi artj   i ��� c, [i
team e\ er) \. here In
���.   M;    b)   the    lord
Ai the -'. at game
... 1, Mi,   ;��� ami   wen
..   . i tinru . nine gi
v elve    ultima ���
gin   ol   thi  ������.   Lord
.n'-' ui   with
. ami    over    to    the
. . 11 .    .     .
...  ���.   en tei
.'i.i'        '     L    i
lair, ;ui i  a -      ll,
��� ���   ������'���
,i i an nation M gam
:    adop ed.     II
m   Ui x, a
an :
ol   H .:,i  ti am
that   while   the
i   theii   ������.-' i
��� a.i   mati a  follow In ..
.   ���   I 11  ill.ill,ll .-.;:,.
.i in
n te.c Team
__.au   ���
,     in,  11        .'���':��� '
.1   ., ....     ���   .;..   -��
tu    .Mi ii, bestei    '  ���
������iiI
nlngham, pri -i.i<*nt  of the  board    oi
trade;   A.  E,  White, secretary of the,the association.
OPIUM SMUGGLING LXPFCTLD
RECAUSf OF NEW REGULATION
clalmi !. with co -
The plaintiff's claim ���.. .. for moneys
' *. able bj the defi tidani to the plain-
HIT im moneys paid ij the plaintiff
for tin  defi iidaiit at ble i  qui   t, under
,iu following clrcum   ances:   The de-
"ii lanl  i'ii l plaintifl  ...  ���   co-contrac-
������i Aber- ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-
ei hj   ,!.'���.     ccotin     i aimed  **��� ere ,
artii     thi       gingham,  Dec. 2.   Owing to   t*
efendan        ag Hal ne half.       '  ler '   ued from ^f0u* D'    ''
.... , .���    i      ��� bat tm nnne opium shall b,   imported
l he defeni ���   ��� a. tha   thi  d- < n I .,   ...
,..,,.,  the  i nlted  S ates    via     Pacific
i    noi rtn,        i  v It h  plaintiff, ,    ,
,,, ���     | , ���     i,,,.,] officers   leclare mat
nit  was empl    ed bj lum ''ti a  *ali
���  -,-,- I.     mn i to be   ���    rea     ncreas$
[it-e.-ent  time only a few of Westminster's   tne;chant*   ar..   connected   with
PARLIAMENTARY SESSIONS
MAY SOON DE SHORTENED
���
thai thei i wen     ti     lue to
As    a   ne iii.-;    oi
Ottawa,  Dec.
iibrtening   up  the sussion  of   parlii
.   nt the suggestion has  bi en    made
tmental    estimates,    bef<*i*e
. Mi.   taki n  up by  the  Hou e -tsell
_-i'.?otild   iii-'   be   .���������".'���ired   io   a   special
Consideration of Provincial Executive���Street  Sign   Rent.
The executive of the B. C. Union of
Municipalities bad an interview .tt
Victoria with Attorney-General Bowser yesterday mormng when amendments to municipal legislation which
they  seek to    have    passed    ,at    the
.  ,       , tV,    ...     f , .,���      approaching    session  were    discussed.
vincial asylum authorities for ,a change .,,.
These  include ihe following:
in  the  fence line of the western entrance to tbe asylum.
lhe pioposal Is to move the. gates
a little further westward, but the
details are not clearly known as the
[press wen not at the meeting when
Dr. C J. Doherty laid the proposition
before tbi. city council. With regard
to the ownership of the property i -
ferre I to, thi i Ivlo authorities are aot
certain exactl.. what was granted
Mi"in from the government, and Vi -
thi    this small neck of land wn*  ever
I   i i
ity   for   park     pur-
ui   th    pi :. tiff, two monl
: in  -I,, ggllng operations
Information, emmittee which would   i  empowered   poses or not,
��� i    ,       _, iof th    or,
E       i.i'inri   ���-.,,:���   r   I had    een
i ��� iprshi j     ad
d and plaintifl        eed I
.' I ,     in     conni cl. :i
I
has no: bi en officiall; r-
1
I 'nder i hi   w. w or ler h
i    I
! iii ii   ;In i.    wil]   bi   . '.  ,,       a    n   fQj
���1 . r    hi   : i ido,    Sa, tar
ii .i    office   is  i onci i ned,    i
reci   ,-i   :'i!i   i \. I ina ioi     of    sue*
11 . si vi   votes.
" lie ������   '.ii i.    :    old aln ust   .i.M
��� i.i-  from now till   he  mei 'Mug ol
ivriiam nt   fo ���  the  ci u-i leratlon    of
a-'.  ;.. ni I    ;i   legislation,    'I   Is   will   in
i.-' ������ ie',,   amendments to    the    Insurance
���
Dili FINANCIAL CONCERNS
MAY AMALGAMATE MONDAY fe^
, t.   premised  legislation   for   the  re-
Imperial  Trust Company  Snarchoiders   MANY  STRUCTURAL CHANGES
Asked to  Agree to  Merging with MADE-   IN   BOWLING   ALLEYS
Dominion Trust,
ofl'iccd^	
.^^-------._______________^_ am.. ni"ii' .nr.i '.aides     of i
rations i:  .�� expect.  I thai ,n i \'-,h\-.,, ,... imiai in   in i.i*--" e. nnd  a
force will be necessary. l   :,. forbid thi _��� oi   receiving
1   commissions on government
I.. usines
.... .     ..    ig iiuam ..'
.i ll       ll,;,   "1 I.
...    ...i,al    ....     i   min
ii..  ....    wiil  uu ���    .i   ,..
afternoon, i u_
...   ��� i.i.i .,.',.   _ of th,   '," in
;i'   hat n.   i. ��� u called tor thai
��� i   disc i- -   th,     .    . i)    oi
Hm-. i.ui  in oi  amah antating
��� ck   < ommon m
game Is ma
rtlcularlj    In    tbe
: ii.    Mu-.l  ll   l*i i>"
-   verj   fa   . an I        lug
.   ,ii ulug  would  pro
' ji.    ian   go the wholi
the Dominion Trust.
.  capitalization of the
.'!..   "l-l.l
The     improvements     a;     Carver's
bowling  alleys   are  considers  le,  and
jthe building was re-opened yesterday
.ir      altera: ons,    although   a    liitia
! work remains yet to be done with the
platforms, which will be finished today. There are now four Instead m
��� alleys, laid with Georgian pine
and maple and are claimed to
among the best on the Pacific coast.
Th, delivery platforms have been extended, .md the entrance will be irom
the adjoining premises by  way oi an
//INTER MAIL FOR  THE
ARCTIC  LEAVES  EDMONTON
w
I it    ^^^^^^^^^^
capitalization ot the Imper-n* | ��� - - ^^^^^^^^^^^^
��as increased a sho in .. , I arch, the patrons being accommodated
    evera     thousand dollai    with a smoking room and lounge, Nu
���ll    '   :
P' gi   Di      - Inter  ma 1   nu
....,..' ml on tod i -
��� i   ...   mo inte I
. nl..-    a.i    .he  M.i' I:     companj
i he  mo      ioi bei n   ��� -- Ina
i".     McPl m Pi "I
��� ""��� iin!-     noi, 'i  .     i-i    ion! in,    The
..,  v. ll]    .���,; lire  i .ii.''   months' i ime.
There i    aeai...   I ���,!   louiuls   In  the
:.-i-iin..  il      :.. .    lln.   S86     01111(1*   of
spapers  and   maga; li ie  of
for  I ti
. ....��� .i
To enlarge the power of cities over
10,000 to make such by-laws and regulations as Me good ,,t the Inhabitants
require. .
To enable cities to derive -ome rental from street .-ig:i , as is done in
Van, ..tiver.
To enable councils ,o hold inquiries
and deal with nuisances affecting the
ei mfori aiinl enjoyment of citizens and
depreciating thu value of adjoining
property even though the nuisance is
not a statutory one and not prejudl-
^^^^^^^^ cial to public health or safety.
To  provid    ,a,i   compulsory   fencing
��� 'ent'd   io Vic- of vacani land.- in specified streets or
conveyanc       have  districts, to  regulate  height and ma_
���   cit>   council ;.   ial of fences,  to prevent theii    u
tor  advertising  purp ��� ���  .  mid  to   ett-
,i i    councils io .teui with lota   wned
  .;. a isentees.
TEAMS ll'  l>revent  lil<-  UCqulrinj   ol   j   title
to city streets b) prescrli I oi_t
To  enable councils  to    ass, ss    tm*
local Improvement p boundary
roads on parks and places; a1-
tho tgh such roads   i .    the
pai _ area.
To license a td        ���     ectrlciaus
and  provide  toi .ition.
To deiine   'in    i] .I'V lands'' so as
ti   make   iffei    .      ne l 'gislative
, ii- ��� -a fi ..... ���'-   ���- and taxing th, s
���n cities
To ilu.  ��� . lng i impensation
lor lands expo nated, and to ileal
v.ith the cost of arbitrations made
necessary by unr< isona le demands.
To give legislative sanction to the
.general practice of including    several
R, ,   .'. ������     \! I    M.iMott.
!,   will   he  noticed  tbat Saul  Is 'on
the Rovers' line u i for the first Mine.
,'. ,  ��� Phis '���     plays his
���li.ii,i i i.iii l
Dr,    Doll
���   ia, a n 1   1111
:V^|	
iabl)   noi  i     ie to any decision on
, iji ci.
I: .'position]
POR   SATURDAY'S   GAMEj
ii,.. following vv ill be the line-up on
Saturday al  Mood)  square, at 2:30, in
the match ����� b .\ ���  iham Island,   lt is
- ii���   . .     ,vheih,i   Lock cun   pla;,
,,.,:-     ���', ,. , |. .I;   ,, ,.',,
Saul mid i    Kl        bal _    . .1   Bruc '.
R   Saw; er nnd    .1, tMii���**.<���;     foi �� ard--i,
Hayes,   Shaw,..,-*    McGowan,   Lums-I
den  and   Caydzien;    reserves.   Reld
(.'lark and  Watson.
Westham    Island ��� Goal,    Grant;
. Cosllitch and Gulchon;  halves,!
Ci iwford   Geo geson   md Palmer;  tor-
wards, A. Trim,    Savag,      VIcC ilium,
ii and  I. Trim.
! similar works on  various    strei I
,u  by-law.
the Inclusion
ii mom y '
���
uklj a ...
.    ...
. - .   I p ici   at ceu
..... ���..
��� d   f.rsi   d'
uthi r.
on  - nn ':
.in   play,   ibe    n ten '
��� i i, ia.ni over In  ���
��� tii]    in.m.  ' i -'   .'
i       '.  .nan.,   o
.  !,.    ,..   i   ihat    " .
, . a tain anj
, ',,i a Joui ni j   "���'���*
u   .. pn  ������ m . thi    liu''
��� ing  verj  well    ap-
....     i ft) ill,    ui        ,l
....    ... all    retui ni ���
Ur, ii, in,     ���'��� ii"
.   ii .
ri ,   i_.c,litei   Sulc.
...... ..... ah ,
ii     iilni   nl   '���     ' ''' '
,���!."
Mon :   1.     th       I'    ""
1(1   III   '..,���  II,'   to     ''I"   M-" ���
ii,  imi    .'ill  wen   dl**
,.    b i  :ii"-s ,'i'-i"   '   ���
���I, 'of  traffic  uroun I
.i  and  the Straad     Thaj
PhyetJ in Manchester,    and    'luinbull
Hi*) w
ll 111
.
v.
1 -
���
Win
1.
Ol
'1
11 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
In   ���   ..   Dom nion i      ;  com*
,tl i a    ! Ml ���' i   ':1 lltaV
f��mrin '   '     tw0
n  ...   ���" '.
\ cigar stand will be moved, more space
.in tor watching th, games, and new
tu; 'king I oards will . li ta led The
'.vor',; has .''"ii done b) Ro iertson and
Atkinson, of this  ei:.
The interhouse leagu will nol be
��� < mimed till Monda . it th, i egular
telegia; hie li ague ganu ai������ to be
tan ...I nn  Minn, row.
WOULD  ELECT  MEN
FOR   LONGER TERMS'
Death of   Reeve  Paterson.
...
Campaign   for   Prohibition.
Bo ton, Dec, 2    Municipal election
in hi   toda)   In  Fltchburg,  Marl*
.���   N,w   Bedford.   Northampton,
p���    |,urK<   Waltham   and   Qulnc;       A
��� .oturi u      ii ral inn .  ������ a i
.,,  ,   ..,,:ai:-.n   for   pi-ohlbition.
i  > i
i   ui
��il..*    I
II I.
Illln
.,., i down iu Sew biuns-
s ..',    .*;,���>.,' i    tol-lng    "'.
I.  in     ii.��� I,.,     .ian.*    and
���,i   .1"     ���"   leas'i   ln,')(    '""*
' -   "  ���-    |;"'
DELTA   FARMERS  ARRANGE
F^V   PLOWING   MATCHES
I       mm iul I   lta i    '��� lng  matches
wil belli "ii   i lm. ��� ia; . Dec, 17.   ��
,���..    a.   i ;.ii i    ii in  .   according   lo
ran.''," I   ill      .i.i '���������   a-
Ib	
Olli'       ���     ���
��Inn ���
a    u um
lner on Saturlay.   Thre   handled   tu    the
i a ��� -' -
II    ; i.i      I'll' . i Ji .    ' ">
,,    .'      ,Vi    al-
iffm-.-d   i)   hi ���      "'' ''"
1     S.i row  cul   pin
.:      Mu or iwi M     lne i
Atiei   ,.   lenguij    Hlm
  rson     eev,   ul   D, lta,   tit* d
.,    Th      execulive  Jubilee hospital,  Victoria, ou   Puewiaj
Uclo,,ia'    DeC'    7    ""   , , ,,  evening    The funeral will take place
urthe  union of    Municipal Ues    .���M    ;      * ^  Andrews
'   *���Vari:L" Tdermen S��J to the Odd Fellows' cemetery,
or   ina\ois.     reevi b,     a  .' i nieu
,     ,      .,      i'ii.. hue Mi   Paterson was
N councillors.    Totes,   :.������ ...-man 1 ,     ' -    '"     ��� qJ
:   lTV   :""'    ��     tJ    wVire    S,,.and.     In earl)   life he
"���"*�����   "  *T       ;I"' K'   A    ame to Utcknow, Ontario, .and twenty
,._., neral    has    promised    cou ,-������""-
- ii, iation.
���-:. also greater    contix
��� ���    ii.i, d    ���rh     w  ��� . ;n-   fanned on a
b in municipalities.    Phi-> w  Ladner. and ha
e(|  thai   legislation   dealina   wn'i i >>-.n- he \*m\
I,   j.:  t,, pe  Introduci 1.
���1    ' I
,",S years
Darvel,
���nis ago moved out wes;. settling in
ic   Delta     n;.mil Ipallty.     where     he
scale
In    rei ml
SIR   WILFRID   WILL
RET��iN   OUEDEC   SEAT
olilit, ^^^^^^
.��� . n visiting iu
I,,,,,,. Paris,  Ont.,
,, |    ,,    various  place
i i i  '"J"1' ,:
ii\    day    trl|
Und ing   ii
,.- Mi
1 w
,������ :,.   - I".  ihe storj oi Iww   i  * '
,,     |U|   George    dou itli ���      will
Wlth the   ,-b       I'umbull    ha    tor u,��
I'oronto, at  bis    old j    <
una  among re   I >> """"  |s >U"
iu  the  pro*      Cla��s IV.
,!���,.    bad     i   for men  ���>����������� "��� v^"" "
urios   the   contineut,j
Mii.ily   eold   ill    the   ''-'D|PHTHERIA   EPIDEMIC
Ci
....
Ottawa,   Dec.
11 ll . 'il   eiill
i,  ii   ni". La au
j      W'lill.    in'      I'"     ���
. , .    iilac,   til) pari i
a s.i 'iik, i  Is chosi a,
ini-li
Ten ,,r iwelv, -Inch plows
prize.
Is     und, ratootl    Mm    Sir  W .ii"'1
uiniler  has   alread)   Intimated    lhal
; ,   wil] eleel  i"    i;   for his ,,i'J   *'1111
iltm in y of Qu, bee east, and give up
I   i,   Ottaw i seat,  to  which    ho    was
I elected   In  I let,,!,, r,
been conn ted (oi manj years with
the municipal life of the district, bav
ini.' served several years both'as coun.
13 ii an i ;��� eve. A brother, T, W
Paterson, resides in Victoria, a -istei
and ". phew In Vancou.er, and an
othei; sUter In ' >ntari< ���. v. hili Mrs. T
' \ nisi rong is a -i- ��� of Mi Pal r
son.
on    ;,	
T<i niv.. power  io
1110 :.     'ir     :.: it
law 5.
- xi ctitivi   is  i,u !' rstoo It)
.    i- : .... tc   ile--     sugses-
i ni .   .   cli  ,..;. 'n  drawn  u]    iy
��� " ,   ; . .a    leglslai ini. un i< c
Aid.  i (all's chai manship.
PRICE   OF   LOGS   IS
'��� RAISED  IN  ABERDEEN
Aberdeen, Wash., Dec. 2.- The prli
..I    Iolis   wen;    lip   >M    per   Mi,els ,iul
day.     Miimi" ;   will   advance    accoi
Ingly.    it  i-  claimed  thai   noi    more.
thun  1,000,000 feel ,,i logs are now  ir.
the water* of Gray's harbor, and   th'it
mu  more  Mian    15,000,000    feel
available, counting logs in mill boom?
No. i lir logs, formerly $'J,   are   ni
i $io.    S   ace log    have advanced    to
i $12.   Ci d ir loj     range from  $8.50 u
.-si_. ihe highest price in many
i.e ii
CANADA   TJ   EXHIBIT
a1   THE A. Y.-P. FAIR
WILL TAX SOUTHERN
��� ttawu,
.,.n'.   i; .'
,   "
Ulld   "11
tb,
AT PRINCE ALBERT
��� PUBLISHERS MUST  NOT
prairies.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^       Trophiea. 	
...   lddition to private ni-uieiuus "f'      ;iUie .uueii, Dec. 8.���An epldemlo
-��-._���, ,��� uirniingnam   ont^w---. ' ; ]u)rlnlil poup        ���,,*&��*__ has  broken  out  in the
vrj much Impressed   with  the mid    ^,^'^ ^  lll0 ,teel-engraved
.diplomas presented to the met. at ..b''
The latter are In duplicat.
" ni to Birmingham, but wai not
^^Htlie
iii ih.. hast)  time   "'   ofthe
-'""' tnetrupoll
When  n the north of England they .iadium.    - represeattv
  s ,��� d.nn as rar|tor ^^^SuZ?***��*
-'���   Scotland,   proceeding as   lar j for
���"rlh as ihe Forth bridge, which, with! Uvea, a
^Inburgh, aroused  iheir admiration
1   liouii] be in, ntloni tl thai 'ho *l��� i��� -
'" lh,     I'r.iiieo-Brllisb    exhibition    '���''
Mi.  ,i
I'   Hush proved ill" popularity
Canadian     ^^^
!lil"    ��� Ith   Visitors  admiriiia,
ii     re.it country, ospelcali.
���"   i iliured  butter de��1gns attiacl
mi  with a Hiv-iike group of
-in,i  an,i  the  French  pre**'
III   addition
I   this  the   ���  '',,(,('ive  ^^^^^^^^^
Uver medals,    ib-'    former |~ ^^ fof ^^ ^^j
,umber camps. Three are quarantined
and soma eight men are laid up. me
unemployed question here is ��erious-
Mayor McDonald  bus  wired all
| notifying men aot to com.',
men applied to one compan;
over
Over 100
offering
till!
Kobl  and ^^^^^
commemorating  ihe  success
United   Kingdom    1;ij
latter given '"j
i    in    the I
Los   Angalea,   Dec. 2.���Newspaper
Which   publish   lips OU   the   race..   '*-*���   . .   ^.^^
: ons who sell them on the streets, and
;,n>* one *ho causes them to be clrou*
li led in any manner will be subject
to :irr,st  niiii   prosecution  under    Hb'', ���     ���     |Wr(^ating |4iooO.tM)0
arti-tlp oiMlinance, which  was passed   *       "-	
n.rly  ill** year  mui   which   M  sMIl 5n
i (fee i.
Hut, hi
details
Prttnkfort,   Ky.,   Dec.   2.   The   Ken-  though
lllC!t)   state  Ibwai  court   has directed | Exhibit
the s'tate board ol valuation and   as-
/IU8T NOT aeasmenl to reassemble and assess ths
PR.NT   RACING  TIPS   J-J-JJ^   ^^   ^   ^     ^^
' " ; 1'Mciti''   railroad.     This   mder    means
j,.,. the hoard must assess the pro-
in-i. ad Of $1,000,000,
as i,ilri aeeuii the custom for years. It
means then that the railroad com-
tanj  will i>ay Into the state treasury
t i aad i    wi'.l
al   i.ie   Seattle   e\UT i.U
PACIFIC ��4,000,000  next  sumuivi.     .
decided to maU,   an apjnop ������"���������- -
��� jeen ftse
,e amount has hol
,n commisslouei*
son  wll|  hav,   chat
Wllllac
of   tbi
Tried to Bum District.
Bellingham, Dec, li. Rendered desperate ti\ his crazed jealousy ol a
Beautiful habitue ot one of th* v>_-
sorts hi the "bad lauds,'' an unknown
inc. ml la r\ Last uighi made two at-
tempts to destroy by tire tbe restricted
district oi the city.
team
irole.t
over  tb
.wU.II.SK.  which    -as: ciosse  lean,,   and th
the pro-1 all competitors taking P��'
stadium gome-. ^ 1^"',;^,"^' t0 'w mass in   bis
It is too early to sp^   ^    ^ ing^ ^^ Mtw meM he ������M
ntatlves   bellevejt0 1liR ,���.,], but aave an audienc
m.
hi 11, lh,
inoponei
lilblttoti
Pope Attencts Mat!
Rome, l>o.  2.���AgaJjwt   tin
otitis physicians, Pope plus thismorn-
Cigamiakcrs Elects Officers.
CiKamial-ers' union,  I*<��<-'11  N��   ���"**
at   a  regular  meettttg held  yesterday
Death of Frank B. Gregg.
A fur au illness lasting    for t over
tliree years, Frank B. Gregg, of Qmeus
av, nu., passed away yesterday nioru-
[ng.     Deceased   was   a   native of    *St.
crate results ol tha
Westminster   repres
to
i j, will have a very
Mia
f.ii on
wholesome
��f.
si
n   I'hi-   failed   i"
matei
ali/i
mi,!
. .      .,|   vay   Pari'.'   Wl re
tht
tend to a
orls'iianlik''
ion   Of
both   coun
tries,
rdiiiiil  Merry Del Val.
insu-1Stephen, N.  B., and was -10 years   of
age
cveiiin:-;, elected olficets for lb        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
i���K twelve mouths us tollows:    PresUW    He earn,,  to  this  city,    accom
dent,  William  Beott;     i^lce-presldent, pttaletl by bis wife and four children
,;,,.,������_.   Bacon; recording   correspond-1afte, ���  residence ot a quarter oi    n
Interchange
.nlrit.
of   ti*ue
New  King's Printer!
, in nnd financial secretai
���-ni:  finance committee, Pre*
,lo"   Hatter and   A.   MiH<
H   [Cnud* century
l  Thorn,' vived by twi
Victoria, where he is sur*
brothers and two sisters
rilliv,
The funeral will lake place from
I lie ei, ii   li "ii nri s
Ial  :i""l   ��� ll   Ihe k
lhe
���I  In
of
Rennie left ''"
kill   Turn1"'    W��*
train
ii  Sapi
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Ollnw i
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,l  nl   the
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hn.  bei n tip
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a,v. Gifford  klni
rlntci  ;n   ht.
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behfill ol thi
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li it was   i-:.  Daw -mi.
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f. 1! '���-
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tl   after
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toulan,
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reamrer
,i-\ rence
Mlceiag "" ' tn tn
in, i label ens- flay.
.   Mr-gates  to  dUci
U\ resident
al 1:30 p.iu.
the
Krl-
Smallpox Cicses Schools.
London. Ont., Dee. 2.-The smallpox-
eiddemic is growing more serious, and
besides the collegiate institute, which
was closed yesterday, a number a>f
public schools may Close. New cases
are being discovered every day.
Model   Police   Sergeant,
.lohn,  N.  IL.  Dec. -'.���Police 8< r-
where tin    .ervlee   will     he    con-
,1 by the  ,V",\ am*. Betts.    Rev
i.
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!),  0< orgP i |)r.   nu,'f
ill   officii
the i'.'tn'
Si       ^^^^^^
an:  John   llipwr
yeans on t
dl   who has been
he Bt. .lohn police force, war
l i i nlffhi vol .'.
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TWO LEADING PASSIONS
PORTRAYED IN STRONG PLAY
���Lien  and the   Mouse"   Is   Vehicle  for
Clever Acting���Well Staged and
Players Fully Competent.
The play which hi Id the boards of
the ,,pei-ii house  lasl night  portrayed!
in no uncertain manner the two lead- i
ing passions that   rule the world to-j
day, as formerly, and just so long as
human natun  remains what li Is, will
rule in the future, to tin love of money I
and the love of woman, or more cor-| r___
recti)  speaking, the love of Individual
man and individual   woman,   .lohn  B
Ryder, as portrayed by Paul Everton
was possessed by tho passion of love, j
but it was the love of money, he was.
the Lion, tho king of the "beasts" of
the money market, if he had a second;
love it  was simply the sister passion
to that  of money, namely that of the
I ower that money bring-: true he hai
one   weakness,   but   if.    required     the
sharp  u-eth of the '"mouse"    to    disci ver that om- weak link In the golden armour.
Miss Edna Archer draw ford as
stiirley Rossmore, the "mouse," played a most dlfflcull rol] with considerable talent and ability. The play-'
wright on the oui el mad" it cl, ar
thai .-lie was a cli vor girl, even as i
society belle, and ias the play pro-]
gressed Mis.- Archer Lore out thai
character very forclhl.', gradual!*.'
Ina,ling up in a mosl dramatic scene
in act three when she unmasks R) ler
in his own private library and shows
him his own '.lack naked soul, and
throws a whole world of scorn in o
the words, '"Marry your son. never,
Thi  love of Kate Roberts, nnd    the
n , '��� i- l">. as w 'M as the excentrici-
of the servants, the Kev. Deetle
and othfers, relieved thc mor< serious
. irtions of the play, whilst the ex-
lu Ig, sunt and Sen . n R i erts and
Mr Ryder added the necessary financial and hoi.'" touches.
rhe finale w;...- a happ) ending for
tho mouse and 'net true love, Jeffer on
Ryder, as well as a happy issue of the
��� n >l" thai had Burrounded the par-
��� nts of Shi* le) Rossmore, and the
surrendering or lhe  1'in to  the  true
��� irtl    of Mi    mouse.    The  play   was
Ij   stai:   |   ind tn ���  ictres -.-s well
��� ned.
Perhaps the Most
Important Item
of the Brst meal of the day is
Coffee.    Are  you    getting    the
!: you are   not,   get    a
laj   ile pound nr a  ball'    pound
11,.,, h ground) here.
Our Coffee at 40c per poun l
i, :,   ��� ���        favorite    with    our
patrons.
All AMERICA
SHOES
"Little  Vhnny  Jcnes."
:,    rgi      M        ��� ihi i.M       b      m nal
i    : i , li i i
.���   iy Jom .in       he
-,   .        ���      y
Probably no       .���   '������ tli
i'i'i:t   ha -.,!*,',. fed
I iat hi lowered
; baj    the leci   ol
mod Ing    tha yel
, ...     ' "   :.,   lie pen of tli
. u hor- isi r,    playwrigh1 \
......       -.   nl      Min.  has
;       1 comedy hi ts to
I 'n1'" ,1     " 3   .1    I 11'!
i!   an ". ��� omlc o ii ra. melodrama
11 -   light    com dy.    s. vi ral    dra-
review, i -  have likened ii   o   i
It   no  in:'"'"    In
.   thi   facl   '��� ���
.. ..   ��� hal   ��� ���    two sea
'  ba -     ��� . ��� ���   i ne of the best  p
at ,     ��������� n  plac, i   in
���    Iramatic I    I for a dec   le, An I
-   - as it sho    . '     foi
funnier 1 natlng
isle,  more ii      ��� lovi       iry or
Ituatioi        ���. .,
���    I   ���       i  Mian .-1 ���
Little Johi n)  Jom
con ��� ,    <".i-
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FOR MEN
���jjwi'i Miiwwimii'i. iimiiMiniii -ziimiiiBmw&wKasxmgmo
All America assurance is shoe insurance.
All America shoes are as good inside as
out.
It is my aim to give All America wearers
not only leather and styles such as are used
in shoes costing- twice as much, but the
benefit of every desirable improvement for
the making of a more satisfactory shoe.
That is why I say -''All America assurance
is shoe insurance.''
If you are skeptical, ask any of my All
America customers to tell you why All
America "stay up" bo.\ toes never break,
why All America patented "Tredstrate"
lasts are the best. Ask him about the All
America reinforced .-shanks and our "bend"
sole leather.
All America features are numerous; that
is what makes All America Shoes popular.
Sold only by
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97 GROCERS Columbia St.
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Elates  Submitted.
���Westminster
Iron  Works
JOHN   RE|Q|  ppopnetor
Manufacturers of
Wl ought   Iron   Gates   t-Z
��otca      ^ CnCf-"��      r*
'"������-  Ba.cony Rauingn;dC---
F"-e   Escaoes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Workt:
renth Street,  .   New Wes
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* Fraternal Accounts ��
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Treasurers of fraternal or religious societies are invited to consult
with us regarding the safe and profitable disposition of funds in their
custody. We will be pleased to explain the advantages of Savings
Accounts for funds of this character, ami the manner v.. same ma)
be conducted apart from the checking account Interest allowed and
subject to withdrawal on demand
Do  It  Today���Tomorrow May   Be Too   Late.   .
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door,   from   Geo. Adam., Groce,
Ladles'Mold Watene.   *rnm ,<��-.
Gentlemen's   silver   o. ,��� ,,! 2'75Ul1
face, $6.00. ��Pe��
cSeU,SJ;,S1IV<'r ^������ taH,
Agent for the celebrate] a ���,.h r,   ,
Watches, supplied   to    the    A A"1
Arctic Bxoedltion. VII -llrES?"
Chains, Rings. Jev*,
ftwatea   rnpamng:    ,������.,,,..   . ^
New Westminster, B. C. Branch. F.   B.   LYLE,   Manager    *
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No
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.   II ANSFO R :i     Ba
Solicitor, etc.. Cre
Q corner     Columbia    and     m
)Atrect8. Nhw Westmin.**.-r  B. C.
AT ALL PRICES
trouble to show
A    .VHMAI.LKK,    BARRISTER,  s>
^V��   Ilcitor,   etc.,    42   I.
opposite Court Hou      ...
ster.    Thorn. 143
RYALL'S
how Goods
DRUG
at
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H1TES1DE   &   ED.MOM'US. D
STORE
Ol ff    ters       v ill
5 ;'"i ���������'  la si rei t,   N   ���
C j tV. J.  Will-   side.  H   L.
I
���'*   ters sollc tors, et,      ��� ���      v*.
HEATING STOVES
Wi    niinstir.    Trapp    Dlo-*
Clarkson and I_orne   I
GEORGE I-
Sollc Ho
11]    .���   ..
���-��� e have them.
U you wanl a hi iter for soft
Oxford Plorance   Oxford Oal In appearan ������   tnd a    with
:.     le trimming .Also nge of airtight heal
Oo   i to  call   In   and ii Oxford   and   I.
!  "I-' ng     ���' at glv   .* . . :    tion.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.. Ltd. I;
____________���
MARTIN,
,r, Onl, hon  block   Colnt
bla and McKeiizi" Btreel     '���  i
' minster, 13. C.
|\V. MYERS GRAY
Curtis  bl ck, Cl i
' Box  169     Teleph   .    i I
SOC
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia  and   E;ghth.
High Class Moving   Pictures,   r.J.i.--
Song      Program change i M ���.
day, Wednesday and Friday.
CHOICE   MEATS
AT THK
Centra! Meat Market *
Corner Klghth St. and    Kifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL  &   ODDY.  Pr-.prn.tor*
The Malleable
Sole Agents
i
Easterbrook   Milling   Company,
bourne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
Imperial $7.00 per br!.
Hungarian Jewel . . . $6.50    "
Terminal $5.50   "
McQuarrie &Co.^l
FRONT   STREET
I. 0. 0. F.���AMITY
Tbe reg ilar i
ire held II
bla stre* i   ��� ���
at _
i  ���
'HANTS
A. O. U. W.��� FRASV!
��� Meetings the flrsl ai
day   In     each     n mth.
brethren cordially In
Lodge room, A. 0. 1
...   ... ���    block,   '
COURT  BRU.NETVr..  Nj. 4031, I.O.F.
���Meets   the   Four:"   I* : la)
month  at   8  o'clock small
hall, Oddfellow-8'
w   Wt-Stininste-
at   I*
rxo&smmrt
t
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f
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
Ol'RPRK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES AHE RIGHT
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
en application.
I Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New We-tminster. Phone 388
.V-3..>_��r.ft9aBM-____________B_i ��� | UHB
JilENRY'SI
urserics
Office,  Greenhouses   and   Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   8.   C.
lir,in- h Nursery So ith Vancouver.
ti zed 'i" ock,
SEEDS for th" '   id
from the 1    ���  ���     ���        i     Eng*
inci.    Hollan .    I 'nlted
States   ind eastern i        la    as
wi l! as those whii h cai ic-
(���"Srifniiy grown Mi
Extra cholci   Ioi ti ees
aud  small   fruii.,    trici     home
-. : own and our own ��� atlon
from I " i fin.;   t,
Ornamental    In Iii .
varieties  suitable  foi i   n t
in B. ('.    All th,   b, ���   .. al ������ of
spray pump .
Fertlllzi rs,      Bee     Supp
Sprayln *  ;��� i i   ���    Flow
ers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
���      M.J.^'ENRY
li I
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II
A  Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
STOVES,      TINWARE,      PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
Front Streel    Trusl llioe.
now
WILL BE HERE IN
FOUR WEEKS
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
portion of
In the   city
���i*
t
T
*
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...
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.t.
i
Re part of ihe noi
lot .".. suburban bloi I
of  .N'ew  Westminster, is,  t
Whereas  pr iot ol .     ,     , .   y.
(loate of iiti" num i       : 19 \ ,
iu the names of Saral   l -.,   . .   ,.,���,
MaTy Montrose, S ir.ah    . h]i
been filed ln this 1 :
.Notice is hereby    ., ; (|;
at  the expiration  .,1  , ,.,...__;
the date of the first ,    ,,,-
in a daily newspapi M1 {))i[
City of New  We itmlnstet
duplicate of the sal n_
less   in the  niean-i  r|(j|l
be made to mo ln wrli
C. S  Ki
District Regl -JltlM.
Land Registry Office,  \���...
ster, B. C��� Oct. 26th, I
Advertise
FRATERNAL   ORUER   OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets evei
evening u-t 8 p. m , In the Eagl ���'
hall,   Columbia   Btreet.    \
W. Pres ;   H. Schoflel I, S<  retarj
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OF   TEM
PERANCE  meet   ever)   '���'���
at s o'clock  p. m., In  Od        1-
bail, Columbia strei I
lONo OF  SCOTLAND  BENEFH   ��!i
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the
Third Tuesday of every  ���
K. of P. hall,   chief VV. S     ���
I,   0.   0. F.��� Royal   City   Loag��.  No. *
���Meets   in   Oddfellow
umbla Btreet, ever>  Friday evecii
at **��� o'i lock,    \ ��� iltli
be    made     n 0.  I
N. C;  ('.  E. 0    il in    P   ''
in^ secretar)
POSE   OF   COLUMtilA
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLANC
Itod Rose Degree 	
Fourth Wednesdaj ol
In  K.  of   P.   Hall,  Hnlumblii
8 p. m., White Rose Deg
Wednesday   In   each montj
time and  place,
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETH.
include the Union Lodge, No
  I und I H H ^^H
No. 17, A. P. and A. M.|  I-  "  '*
YOUR   XMAS  GOODS EARLY  ��;AA,AAA:A:; '
 ,.._,,.,i-    No
IN
im,   Coun. Westminster,
Brotherhood of Ow's   N*e��'
Mn    '"
���7%eDAILY NE
and  you  will   have one  oi the
Biggest     Christmases     in    the
history of your  business
BOARD   OF   TRADE.    New
ster Hoard of Trade    m ��� '
Hoard Room, <'U;.   Hall, a    '
Third   Thursday   of   each
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   >'���
Thursday    or    February,
Augusl nnd  N mbor,  at
Annual    meetlnga    ""
Thursday    of    February.    N��
members   may   be   propo
 Ptw, ,,   ,���.   monthly or  1
meeting.    A. B. White, Bee. THUfi
6DAV, DEC. 3,
THE DAILY NEWS.
THREE.
Our Annual Fall
"QUALITY
CLEARANCE SALE
Is Now In Full Swin
Men's Suits:   50 only, Men's Worsted and Tweed Suits;  regular $14, $15,
and $16 lines.   To clear while they last    -     -      -    -    $5.00 thc suit
The pants of these suits are worth nearly the price of the suits.    You might say the coats and vests are thrown in.
Men's Pants:   100 pairs of Men's Tweed and Worsted Pants.   $2 and $2.50
lines, to clear      --------       $1 OO the pair
$3 and $3.50 lines, to clear      -----       $1.50 the pair
Men's Sweaters: 25 dozen Men's Navy Blue
All wool Sweaters, Roll Collar. Regular $1.50 lines;
while they last      -      -       -      $1 OO Each
Boys9 Suits: Two Piece Goods, Norfolk style. S3
Suit for $2.25.   $4.50 Suit for $3.50.    $5   Suit
���fQv* _ _ - - - - - -.!p��3��/0
Boys' 50c. Caps for
25c
]| PHILLIPS,
The    Wardrobe     Clothier
J. HENLEY
V. i ital 'i.rur  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate"?.
Family trVe  a   specialty.
Tt    ' Office    Ei.]"t itrsc
'���E.'/    A'ESTMI-vJbTER.    R.    C
Sent^On Approval
'���" I-:i -1'onsim.k Pkoh.k   * '*>!.._,
Laug'Klin
FOUNTAIN PEN 1
MADE IN CANADA
I Thursday, Pec. 3, 1908 |
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. DfWAIT   IU   HAVll |Q
END IN REVOLUTION
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Geo. M. Cohan's
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^VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SC .TTLE
2 ROUTE.
���J*%   Q      Princess  Royal    leaves    Vancouver
6     i.l.- except Tuesday at 9 p.m.
oi    Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Residents of Port au Prince
Openly Side With Rebels
and Seize City.
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20 BIG   SONG   HITS 20
70 PEOPLE 70
THE  FAMOUS
(AMERICAN    BEAUTY���COHAN'S  DANCING)
CHORUS
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Laughter
34   Weeks   in   New   York
Girls
22  Weeks in Chicago
j  PRICES   $1.50, $1.00,  75c & 50c.
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C.P.R    MAIN   LINK
i., a\'���     Ni w     Weslminuter     8 uo,
u :20, 15:20, 17:42 and 22.
Arrive al   N'������   Westminster  10:17,
12 25, 18.27, I-  IG and 23.
��� UMAT  NOIM'IIKK.V   UA1LWAY.
1 l.v. N.  W. li.L'li it.in.;  tr, Me.uue *,  ^.u,
] Lv. N. \V. ..'__> p.m.: ar. Son tile 10 n.n
Lv. N. VV. 12:10 a.m.; ar, Beattie 7:15
1a.m.
Lv. battle S: io a.m. , ar. n. VV. ;; p.m.
l.v. Seattle 4:26 p.m., ar. N. \v. I'M
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11MS0 p.m. ar, N. \V. 6:20
la. m.
O. N. It.���POUT OUlOHONi
' No. 397 leaves New Wtstminstei
3.r>0 p.m., arrive Gulchon 0 p.m. Fridays; also connections by 10: lti a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and
4:115 Thursday.
I>eave Gulchon 0:30 a.tn., arrive New
iWestminster S:45 Fridays; also eon-
Inectlons "by 8 p.m. except Qulchon
Tuesday and 6 u.tu. Thursday.
l.v. N. W. 6:20 a.m.. I! p.m.. ��*>'l ''���55
p.m. for Vancouver.
Lv. Vancouver 8:86 a.tu.. 4 I''*'- **n*-
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
H.  C.  ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Waitmlnster 6:60, 6:20,
ti:.ri0. 7:20 ami x a.m., and every half
Itour thereafter till 11 p.m.
l.v.   Vancouver  for   Westminster  at
B:60, 6:60, 7:20 ami |ialf hourly till
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11 Eastern Prices in a
Western Store
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
Steamer Princess Victoria leaves 10
a.m. daily except Monday for Victoria
an I Seattle.
Charmer leaves daily   tor    Vicuna
i p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
Xew Westmlnstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
l'";i au Prince, liayM. Dec. 2;��� Port
an Prince io.-e in revolt against IV -������-
lent Nord .'.exi, today. The ; o o
-vi/.. i '.:.. city and bStablished a ; ro*
visional government with General L ������.-
itlme acting as  temporary  president.
The coup de'etai \\a^ accompli; ed
without resistance ut' the governi nt
troops'. The latter were in c i
sympathy with the revolutions > m Yemeni al the capital and wer. ni t ir-
dered even to attack he overthrow of
the Alexia government.
Phi si ii'Im n; of *h people of re
capita) is againsi the com nuanci i t'
the struggle with Gem r M Simon ah ut
whom the ti volution crystallized
It is believed that the revolt ai '   *���'
U:30 p-m.
ih. reasonable prices of IheBlRKff stores of the i:a-i are a feature
of the Vancouver establishment.   Thai's rh.- secrel of our popularity.
tm    .helves are lad.u with .rn abundant assortment of Christm**
Buveltlei and uicltnaclts ai all prlcen  -a Hi  for Bvery purse.
Some nice sets, er individual articles for tha man who ..mokes,
auch as ash trayt, tobacco jars, cigar cuttws and smokers' souvenir
novelties.     Good   value,   all  of them.
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Ltd
Gold and Silversmiths.
GEO. E. TROREY,
Managing Director,
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts.     Vancouver. B
ALL CARS STOP  AT   BIRKS'. ���
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WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria   11   p.m.    1st,    10th i
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
..ln..|iiiiii llarboi- and way  ports;   lOlhl   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of each month for Quatsino ami way  capital will end the revolution.
ports; 20th of each mouth for Ahcuset, i    General Simon probably will attempt
Quatsino, Cape Scott aud way ports.     I to become the head of the government.
I He Is still -'.���veral miles from Pon aiv
vancouvek-nanaimo  ROUTE.    Prince today.   He lm* previously an*
S. S. .loan i Jiuiinc.il   thai   his attack  would he "Ut
Leaves Vaueouve.- 1M10 p.m. dally,
except riiimJay. Leaves Nana.mo at
7 a. ni.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver December 1.
NORTHERN t*. C. ROUTE.
6.8. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 10th of
every month.
OP  KIVKR.
Beaver*���
Prom New Westminster Monday
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 am-
For   reservations   ana   inrormst-ton
all or address
BT>. GOTJLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C. B, POSTER,
.���St. Oen.  Pn8��   Ajrent. Vancouver.
J.  M'. TROT.tp.
Ueueral Suberictpnrtent. Victoria.
Jacmel, near her--, imi'eail of on th I
capital, tun it ha believed that ;hc
(lay's developments win end the fighting.
FISHING AUTHORITIES END
WASHINGTON   CONFERENCE
Oitav.a. Dec. 2.���Prof, Prince, Canadian commissioner of  fisheries,  has
returned trom Washington, where L'.'
has been iu conference with Lhe representatives of the l.'nlted St��t<:_. to draft
uniform fishery regulations lor the
boundary waters between the I'nite*)
States and Canada. The two commissioners have about completed their
work and the final division of the r. g.
ulatlous will he made at a meeting
held In San Francisco this month. The
new regulations will go into eff< ct i d
January 1 next, by simultaneous
lamation of the Canadian and .'
lean governments,
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I WESTMINSTER   MAN   HAS r    Uf O    _T��
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NARROW  ESCAPE FROM FIRE
TO   OPEN   SATURDAY.
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offices,  corner of   Sixth   ami   Front j     j,..,..^   H()>|   Q   Mn  Q,   iu.m.y   ,{(
*tree^ had an exciting e.-<perience at his Mace   3g9 Sixth Avenue
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
The Moody Park Store1.?
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.Managing  Direc
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THURSDAY.   DEC. 3,   19C8.
TOO PREMATURE AGAIN,
The story   of Hon,   Mr, Templeman
being in  purgatory  al  Ottawa  which
^  at Field on Thursday. He is in the i"1
_   i>M>y   of  McDonald   &   Zwensckl,    the
I well   known  contractors,     who    have  __
j ch irge of the i on -; i ttction of the tun-'
.   ui . woi!. for the C, P, li. at thai point,  tffijj
! and   i esldea   with   his  wife  nlar    tho
- :ene ol the com i ruction work,   Tnat.
uighl his wife aroused hlm to say thei
house ""'<������ on lire, and they h,ad barely   time   to  escape   before   the   place
was in flames, and they were burned
Cori.tr Sixtli   Ave   and   Tenth   St
\     :i!  line Of Grccerios, Confection i,
NewWestminstei   Sc,'��^    Stationery     and     Christmas
I MacKay's Cl
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i Goods.
OI
W.   H,   SMITH.   Pro
Ml.-        Ill        IIII 111"*   ���*,        Il  II 11        LMCJ H   '     .  \.
disgraced the editorial . uluniii.. of the 	
completely out.    rhe flre was
'Columbian" <m Tuesdaj shpws how
bitter and untactful the member eleel
can be. The "News Advertiser" of
yesterdaj contained the despatch that
the Minister of Inland Revenue had
been pressing the Premier to accept
the return of his portfolio for the reason that he wished Sir Wilfrid Laurier
to be free to act at once in calling
someone else to take up the Department. The une story shows the nobility of character oi' the two statesmen,   lion. Mr. Templeman recognizes
caused
by a defi ctlve hi ater stove.
Mr. Hoy wired to his father for
immediate necessities, and these have
been sent to him.
H
prietcr.   ���.::    fWH "SPlll IS!
~ 1 oys, Dolls,
IS   NOW   ON
SETTLERS
ASSOCIATION
OF B c I  Prices Snipped Away Down, Down D
P* 0.  Box 556 Phonc 334   ���. "> U
Beautiful  new gOods-Ju,.   when   you   wnnt them      v.
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Tenders for Cedar Poles
Tenders will be received for the
supply of Cedar Poles tor construction
of Chilliwack Railway, to noon, Dec.
the true status of a Cabinet Minister, h 5th, 1908.
thai he la called and wh.n occasion Specifications can be secured from
seems to him to demand it thai he office of Local Manager, New West-
pn ses for the acceptanci of hla res* minster, and Purchasing Agent's office,
ignation.    On  the    other    band    the Vancou.
Chums -   ���
il 0. Annual
0. 0. Annual
Chatterbox -
Premier recognizes the gre ter value
Hon, Mr, Templeman is to the country
now than when he was called into Ihe
ministry, and hesitates to allow one
of Iiis cabinet to step down. If a tl
li ��� mnd for Hon. Mr. Templeman
there will be a howl from the Tories,
bul Micro was no outcry when the
Premlei opened a seat to allow Hon
Mr. Foster of the Opposition ;n reenter the House of Commons.
HAD   A   LONG   LIFE.
The gloating  extacj   of  the    Tory
,  ���   .��� over the Irregularities being iin-
. d '..' Govi rnmenl counsel at the
��� nquiry   Into the  Marine and  Fisher-
Department  would almosi    make
. ne   believe   that   it  was  Ignor int   of.
facl   that   similiar    ii regularities
were ver;' prevalent under I be Conservative  regime,    o much   bo  that  tae
��� urtenay-Hague-Barbeau  Commission
sat thereon in IM'-.    It Is well known |
this commission handed dowu a
'   . i.i of health for two reasons,
;   iusr that iis  scope was limited
by the Tory Government of the daj    u |  same."
o   ��� ng that  it bad no d	
gh in its Invi V_
Lowest  or an;   '��� nder    not    necessarily accepted
W.  H. HAZLITT.
Purchasing  Agent.
S1.7S
1.75
1.75
- .75
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Man  supply Ave  a. re    fruit    lands
within easy distance of town; cash or
| thre,. years.   Terms to suit all clients
Comfortable   five   roomed   cotttage
mid threi     Iota,    all   cultivated,    for.
1 $1600.00.
Five acres all cleared and cultl. iti d,
for $1000.00.    Terms.
that we  only carry   half enough  for   the   whole   city.
can't   share   in   the saving.     The early birds will ij
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J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
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P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEER    T)
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Begbie Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TME
ve you a
Get the Habit Head qua r t ers
FOR
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If not, our special foi     day will
i nablo you  to    get    om.    Stun.l
mirrors we arc offering today for
ich.   Regular -",��� and 30c.
Royal Cafe
SANTA
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Late Lee's, i
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,     MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Oysters on the half shell.
G ime and fow l in s-
ennsylvania
JBlacksrrutks
BEST QUALITY BANFF ANTHCITE AND NEW WELLINGTON
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE i FRONT STREET. FOOT CF SIXTH. -
'Phone   105.
new mm
The Fair   iMorev's
240 Columbia Street, J
240 Columbia Street,
New Weslmiuster
'Wb buy for cash   and sell for the
COLUMBIA  ST.
Meal  Hours:
Breakfast 6 to 11  a. m.
Lunch       11:30 to 2 p. in.
Dinner  ..    . 5:30 to 7:30 p. in.
Ri i eshmen     and   Short
i i.i i rs at  all  hour.-.
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.. XMAS   GOODS ..
We have nov.- moVed Into our  new   store,  recently o
the purchas
the 1. r   artlcli you have !��� i lded on for thai  gifi    0 I
: on ...������   i larger chi dei  ol -��� ������ ���! -    i   ���    ,���   fi ,,m
. C. CHAMBERLIN T*
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Sole '���:-> ni tor the Longim s an |  Hamill m  '-���
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OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dom,con    Trust     Block.       Kn-
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th ��� House  if Common   i        [s only  Aj
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ligh Class Taiioring |
AT VERY MODERATE PRICE!
: t imported Tweed
alwaj i 'ii stoi k. Ski
i ii ��� ���.,'��� r*ience,
WILFRED A. RUTLEY
(LAT 2  THOS.  C.   MORGAN.,
Opposite Post Office. Columb',.  Stree-
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This i- Mi-  Mm... of year when the wdrkingman  requires  thi
ver\    best
ne of a series I  to   he  Hon. Minis
if Marine and Fishei
siioes that  are mad-.    \y,. keep only the SOLID LEATHER KIXD   SI	
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thait will hold together no matter how seven  the test to which tin-
are put.
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are th<- low,
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one  who                      nv com    tim \\\
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nts,  allowing the   butchers   recom* \*>4
:  ....   the St, Ji hn mem ��� i     o Mj!
participate"���and  then  goes  i n    and' vjT|
��� inin-ud.- that eight ci ni - '     paid lY-7
for i al;   flrsl    class    meat.    There Is S>5
r
cul   1 ������ iih a itn ioughm
J ..,:���   Cassell - and b   I b- G        ._Tji(
a   bunch of  letters  showing  extreme
aruclet;   for "mj  friend Mr. Donovan"
to be placed upon the "st and  ivhen Ki*l
onci   there to fatten It    up   was    Iiis h*\A
privilegi QJ5
Tbe presi in  Inquiry Is ^fX
m
ovi rnment dvU
counsel anil before thi   ��� nd Is    lached
the  long arm of the  lavi   ma;   reacb
bai ���  beyon I Juni    I! 96, and give the - v, (
Tor: :  a touch or iwo of dissectation rjj
tbat   will   can -  a   hurrying  away   to VmX5
the  woods.    At anj   rate  the system jsV.
of patronage !* abolished and we won- jj fl
.r if the wave wlll hit tbe Provincial frjfe
��� . raw ,.'��� ni Victoria. i^jg
,i Oraln Blui h
A u   al ioIui I.i    n iti
" .i Inci dl ta
Ml  ' ra ted;
"   :      Canadian          nan
.  , ,          ruin   leathi
	
Men'      i*o*m ..   e iose bide  pi o p
ii   ie -. ami fitted with straps
��� "iMi'.i'- ror'1 logging I oots fi
I   i       .' ii h.  , lltni i  sob. and  out llde I
50
I OOl you'll pay $7.0u for in
'.oi     will
i'.   pall  $4.50
Uluchei     oo    made
,,'  $3   '!'.    QUI    ' ,   :
 $2.50
adi   >> ith    twel,      Inch
Per pair  $6.50
Si. our French kid li gger
inch top, and buckskin
Our price, per palr$5.50
The look Will lie iilad
to Bee som,. of oui
coal < arrled    Into    ���
Didn't   know there ����� ���
in   coal '.'    Why   tbe.*.. are   ���
mosi   as   man
.   ���     or  butti r,    Li '
you thi   kind tha
t he   pi rfi i'   a ol
n ���   that  our coal  '
than the ordinarj ri
I etter.
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GILLEY  BROS., Lt<
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Mr,   WorUIngman-Oome  to  us  for your shoes     w.   can supply    you
with the best lines possibh    ,       :,      lnmi   p���r pair  M..$1.75 to $7.00
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
iig Shoe House, Ltd.
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THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
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VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractur.r. and Duaier* in All Kind* ol
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urneH Work,    Etc.
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS'ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
New Westminster
Telephone 12.
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DEC
1908.
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The Cash Stores
T. M. SMITH
OB*aw��o��o��oo��o��*?��ow��o��oo-�� ' ��� >--*o��ci��o��>*_.o
great Alteration Sale!
Stupendous
Reductions
IN THE
WOMEN'S
iCiTY News's
��������� I'  Halllday had definitely di cide |
a,,1   be  a candidate i"'-'
lanlc honor   Miis year,
.   big musical song    hits    >n
'������        i ihrinj .lones."   Tonight.
**.m*mmm*+>*. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
FREE!  FREE!!   FREE!!!:
Grand Xmas Gifts     See our window
a number uf Abbotsford  and  Langley I i
resldi ' ! j.
I**
Cut dowera and  bulbs of all  Kind.
Tidy. **
J I Handsome Eggshell China Tea Set f
Elegant Morris Chair
Tb.    xucutions in the city on Dec.
II hi conducted by J. R. RadcUffe,
come
|: ��� 11 'I ��� ��� 1.r,,11 ���. liintlier of Mi's    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A,   ���,���     McLeod   hd'i    yesterday    for' Dominion hangman,  who    wi
San      Ro  1.     Cal.,     after     spending | west   for that  purpose,
some ....   |n the city.
Don'i  have to buy���just take 11 stndl  through the differ-
>-.r departments  md ask [or coupon.
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LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
it ���       *
New  seeded raisins  three packages|$    LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Gamon's for Royal City Mixture. '**;-���"���'. Kyle's, Front street. ) ��� Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
countj   coun   yesterday  thel     Entrle   for Chapman's  pool tourna,  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������t
a''ion ni   .,,  11, Laval Separator eoni- menl will 'dose tomorrow evening. On  ,
l>anj   iiiaii,-. j. R. Morrison was com-1 Saturday   the  drawing   for  the    first
pleted   and   his honor Judge   Howay round will take place.
*   Mei.-i.in J    For    ga|e____geven    roomed'   house,:
Tha best place to get tall bulbs and .hath   room'   l*aQtries-   closets,   W004-1
n   t-cla Bowers    is    Davies'I shed;     horse   stall,  carriage   house;
rceuhou e,   Tel.  B208. **.frult trees; on  full  lot.    For further1
'I In
ui letlug   of    the    license
j particulars apply to owner. 192 Kightb     I
���  a ei ii..e<| ience ; ���
enl.   ���a ���  find    Oui
namely,   warn    of
orry
:.   . nd .'���'��� nre
a wav. H.- -
���    112,000,    Thl
vttis leased one of oar stoi
r   ���oci; In the Rea I.
Be]ve,      ���     1 face with a ver;
iul>  remed
limit that our rea I
..... luce lt <    "i.    '   ���
I ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,1 a lifetime as thji I or oui ol la ���    gar
..... vhi      de iarl .1 nl     Prices an   cul   in
.   ���   'i 1
POSITIVELY EVERY ARTICLE IN THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT IS REDUCED BUT ZENITH UNDERWEAR AN3
D. & A. CORSETS.
0WK�� 3*0*>Q*>0O*>O*X>*>O*>Q*K*C0*>~>*> D4O*O*O*O0 ->C*0*O*0
Women's $12 and $20 Suits Reduced io $5
commission. - will tuke placi on Wed-
u -ilm �����& . . i leceml er 16, when the
renew al of llceneea i nmei up for con-
sldi ral
Mixed Pi i i 15c pi i pound ne*4**.
goods, little price, Kyle's, Front
street.
Worh      iii   begin   shortl)     on     tbi
an B. C, i.��� iin. r\ lomiian;,  ai
Po      Mood       'i hi   cost   wil]  be   I    i
$1311.1   imi,|   the   struc aie   Is   to   l>*
coin; j.    d March   n  ������
Knock the cover on a ox of "B.
C." i in- and try one. It will make
.   hit.
street. *- I
Thi   Bite of the old  turpentine tae-'
ton  al Sapperton has been purchased
by  the ltoyal City   t;.t-  improvement
i ,      .".. is ttiou    work    having '<
... :.   "   nil need yesterda ,
.   .:��� oting  ni  thi     South    Afric in '
vete mi.- of this   - I..   ��������� 111    e held    at
aourii ..ii !'���    Phone 192
rn;.- evening, wh in a    uggi ition 'hat
.: South Al i ���..���! 1 earl
In i 1 be discussed.
PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton   Veal   Pork
Best Farmers
SAUSAGES
Bologna, Head Cneese
Pacific Meat Market
McMLNtMY & ANDERSON       Columbia St.
All dealers handle "B. C." ana "Old
: gpoi       cigars       The    old    reliable
brands,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
!
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Litilo Johnny .lours." the musical!
S.   M
.
.������-'.
rday  afti r-
.114,400.000.00
$11,000,000.00
.in    �� Ith  i. " n, Try  wing
Hi re tc- |
j noon ; ir England, where he will spend
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  ln   London,   England,
th*
���
The Wi   i'n i. ler lodge o C. O      :
c. p.  - mn i,:' nn ��� ting "h--
��� h ::   iffic 111        electi
\ ,-, .   ,        , ... ,,. ,,. Me, consigned
��� few monl      ���'���-''  ng his pai
i m   his    eturn   to   British  I o-
hi   will "���*'������" l a party of Ian I
- into the northei n country.
?
nd brown.   V!   Rose,  etc      S lored     Pony
.   ; ip to JVM" 'ing for   ^.w
..    O iM .:������:.. ������
N'icol. valley,
i.   ��� ��� Miss   Murcul;'-
Sunda;      ��� ��� ning   .     the opi ra hou
A   White    Can.. I.i     vs.    th      Yellow j
Nbw  York, Chicago and SpoKane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A lien*
eral Banking  Business Transact3d.
.ettrrs of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents ln all Dart* of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 auc. upwards,
1; Ms   Royal City Clean- antl Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added
Huts cleaned an i four tirnCs a vMr-
**   Total   Assets ove.   iiUS,000.000.00.
_.^_^^^^^J NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH '��   D. BRYMNER. ManRnrer
\ ..a  farmer ol   ��� ~ : ������-��� -rr?���rr-��� .
mar    Blaine,    accident)
ing and Dyi   . oi
bl ��� . "I
%l Children's Coats Heduced to ��1.50
��� .1   chi ��� ��� o       ���- ee l
Mi. Regain
$1.50
i
��� himself lasi night, both  barrel
                                                       jot' ;, I                          ile walked
mill nd a half to teiepnone tor
ii   three  o'i
.
Mi ha
dies ^^^Baruaba.. | t^B
1
a   sale  of   w:iil_     in
.       I tiic'.i
\ num
1
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��� One of Our Mottos:
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tie Chilean ���        ^p/VW
whicl     -  -    !'���������-  "���'   ��� VfVM,-
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Prompt Delivery
j \ splendid line oi Tweed Walking Skirts at U ��
_____________VS    uiinoer^^^^^^^^^^M i~/-,    -r
ertertainment wl.l     .     ^^ ._ ,-���.,��� *>fC) 'J."/^.
hip .   1   mt  - ���       eturn ��� YflWf*   * J
hardly   ex as  B.  ' .   offer, i <SMEIZ^-^-'-~i
Women's 510 Coats ior $4.95
:, has no equal, it is the best on the Audi  advantages  that    every    sailor
market toda;     Refu ubstltntes, j 1
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for there is nothing jusl as good. Ask | at W>% all desire to remain before the j J
IS,       !���
$-1.95
Women's $12.51) teats ior S7.75
your ���-������������.('. r "i' drugg'si
', . .. ib ction ot officer;
vVe -specialize this part of ur
business and can guarantee satisfaction to our customers.
Canned  Goods       I
���
We have just    received    a;;-   ���
i.Mi ir   carload    of the    famous
Tartan Brand Canned   Gqods���
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_h, three-quarter aad si
;,:,-   Regula   $12.50
$7.75
Positively all our $20 Coats on sale for $10 each
7ac Flaanelette Blouses for 45c
SI.50 Black lustre Waists for 45c
500 Silk Waists for $2
250 Lawn and linen Waists for $1
Unheard of prices in Women's Underwear
$1.25 Flannelette tiowns, in plain
colors ami stripes, for 75c each
.'    -un.a-       .;i enjo/a  le  card  part}   wns hi   . J
Counci   So,  r  M.   i. of T.. tool:   ,, ��� .,. residenci  of Mrs. Capt. Roger    ���
place yesterdaj   evening,    Mn* follow-  Third avenue, on    Tuesdaj    evening,'
lng being appointed to office:  George   ;   ,_, ive  whist   occupying  the    at-
Stagg, S, C ; Veia Gilley, V. C.; C. R.| tention of the guests until a late hour.
: T. P. Phillips, A. S.; L.  Miss Florence  McLeod captun d  first
#fotfM
" v-.M-Ai^A<f \ Fruit  and Vegetables.    Be sure ���
i.^'j   i li)   i to try these g*oods before buying ���
���       �� L ��� I
:   ��� ���.'l-KV-rfwiH1'     . -
iThornber, IM S.; Duncan West, herald;
U    Carroll,    guard;    P. W. Haggman,
sentinel;   T.   P.   Phillips  and   Kev.   A.
deB. Owen,   mdltors,
ladles' prize, the second being carried
y Mrs. L. I.. Gardhouse, First and
: Public Supply Stores GEOprAopfMS I
J Cciunitiia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B. C.        Phone 92.
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��� ^���������������������������^����������������������^-**'*'* *������������������*���������������'<
second   gentlemen's   prizes   were
won j C*0*O*��0��C*CVCO*C*C4C����C����0��K)   0��K)*O*0*C*K2��KX3��K>*C)4O��0*O*0
1,\  .lack Bryson and Jafik Mahoney.
!0
See "Liltle Johnny Jones" at    the
house  tonight.    A -bigger  suc-j
75 Ladles' Vests and Drawers, s _
Imperfections, ior 25c per garment |
Sweeping reduction on aii Skirts and Furs    f
M.   i.v Mi, and skirt iu the store reduced.
Monster sale of Blankets ana
We have over 400 pair of blankets in rtock.   These mu.t go, we
therefore  ^^  |h���m ,.,,������  2o  to 33  US  per    cent.    ��f��r |
blanket reduced.
.. .$6.50
<���'���''���> Blankets for   $5J5
... .$3.��
.$2.23
   $i.:>0
 $4.25
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18-00 Blankets for
lj.00 Blankets for
11 Comforters for
1 . omfortera for
' Comforters tor
;   ��0#0*0*K)^00*0*0^
"     T. H- Smith's      I
Great Alteration and Trade Sale g
���OBBitSSSj
I '.'*   ���'/
In  honor of   Mr.   and    Mr.*. C B
.,,.���     vvho    were    celebrating    theloperj
tenth annlveraarj   of  their   wedding, cess than ever,
1 Ul   .,,���]   m,s,   i.  Henlej  entertain'' jini,01. Roveis  are .'ery   unfoi
, ,,. .   8|Xtj   people at a tin  party oi , [n that the junior league recent
f   .  ,      eVe���ii,g. Th*   guests Included  ,,  [omed ha> gone to pieces through
���j A      j fault of lhe   Vancouver team .
-   i |    it is not  Improbable an attemui
I ! r.ii ...  made  Lo  form - m v  l< i
' locall; .     l-e  Loys  are  In good
aould be . de to make . mi ������ ���
,-angement along Mais Une. a- thej a ' *
full of i nthusii -in foi assocl I on fool H
lull. O
leotion ol officers i t U ��   '������ 0
5 irdaj   evening    r<    bed    -    q
oil. vs;    W. .M., n. a- Sto MiM j J
-. .-, i\ k. Johnstone;  i li ,
t\   DaHi : ;   n corjjlng 3. i re arj. J.
lolph;     financial    secretary,    A.
,. ;   director  ol  cer n mi  *,    ������
b*ollard;   Ursi   loctun  .   i-  a ''��� ''
V   ellll'l', Jl.  ' '   '���' *   '   ���
.'.ul.     . .     :
... A. Btonej  and J. J. Randolph.
Among the  guests  at   the    R'
notel last evenmg \*a- Wi M. B winan
.i member .������ me S imas ...     ���
,:is..o.i.    i.e ,i. cus��ed ths niauei  ul
.en. t.i   wkii   a    N. �� * reiiresi nt ���
and said th,   , omu'ils'sioni rs wen
.io means b ulkiied  * ih the I  ���""
refnaal  oi u<   provincial  govet.n'meul
,\hen aiudiid to previously fo   ;' slHt'|
uce, and uoabi.ess  auolher appHoa-1
Lion would    o  made,  us  tho bind.-  Ip
the     vicii.ii       were   issessed    at     M
ilgUer tigm     ;li i.,  a ,y sim l*r landsi
in  the  i "-.   i.'.    . ite Importance o!
Lhe  uni'* r        ������  r 'in! l  not  be  exag
"eraieii in ���      Alstrlct.   The future ofl
he  neigh        .M  of Chilllwaclt   de
ended * *.i I i u lv arrival of the B
C. E. R., and ' 'vol >p nents were held
bank until the s home m-w pendln?
are cottipletod, !
tf**
insure
Your i earn
12 ��� biaded Safety
Razor   -   $1*00
Gillette Safety
Razor   -   $5*00
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SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
Perhaps you have not got a team of Teddy Bears, but you may
have a team of valuable horses or a stylish S'ngle driver that you
would not like to lose. I can insure them against death from any
c.-.use whatever, including fire, accident or disease of any kind. If
you are interested inquire for rates, and I will be pleased to givs
you full information whether you  insure1 or not.
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
HEADQUARTERS for SPECTACLES
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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GET  YOUR
Christmas .Curtains
DONE   UP   AT  THK
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and  Blackie Strcot.
Telephone 54. P. O. Box 665
Wmg  Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORS
Su:ts rrnde to Ordsr.
Columbia   and   Mclnnes*   Streets.
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the daily news.
THURSDAY. DEC. i
Wifi
Mur        '1.
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-*i 1908.
BUY
GOVERNMENT GUARANT
Beef. Mutton, Pork
Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as supplied by
The REICHENBACH CO, Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
The Best Meat at the Lowest possible prices.   Butchered,
dressed and   shipped  under Government Inspection and
Under  the  Latest  and  Cleanest Conditions.    Sold by
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers        - Columbia St., New Westminster
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CROWDS SO BIG THAT  Grand Trunk Ry.
SIX HUNDRED ARE HURT 1B ��� T ���  ���
,   Excellent irain bervice Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Mail Service
'. fr��ur i ' ii.-i and soul b, via > '���
    Flfer."
Following are thu hours of despatch      i .-.,, p.m -r   p, ft, , ,,Si, Sai
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Streets of Vienna Jammed
With People on Occasion!
of Celebration���Six Killed
n
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_. _     ���     2.���So   lammed
th<   -"   ��� -        Vienna  todaj the
ho wanted to par*
tti. d    of    the
���   -    .   i.;   thi   reign    ���>!
at 600 were Inti i   .i.;> i.
the si     ���    *       crow !-
were unable
-*���������.    landing
la 'es    Mi
��� ��� .. ning. Scori -*
ind   many    of
*  ���   ��� :.������ 1 were lifted
- ��� . . rhe < mperoi   I   I  i
tream of deli -
froi      thi ������ ��� i -.  , ajIng li 'ii
���-���������*���   jf their nations.
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
Oa\f AR10, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW VORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim** Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W.  VAjX.
.ssistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
Imperial Limited leaves daily
8:20 a.m.
Atlantic Express leaves daily
3:20 p.m.
Whether you ti ivei tor pleasure or
business alwaya buy your tickets via
the C. P. R. as you are certain of
speed, safety and comfort.
Tic'i.'-i.- :-.-ued to ami 'rom ,.11 points,
and arrival of mails at the New  W*< st-
minster pos* office, th>. hour given In
<���,.  ..  case   beiu._;   the  liour  of  closing,
h is half au hoiu*. as a  rule, be*
Mi.     usual   dtvipttti.li.     All   mail  .
otherwise .-tivfo-J. are despatch,
ed . ;i I i< ceived d lily excepi  Sundaj.
i..   only mails dispatched    and    received Sunday are the C. P. H.  iouth
and C. P. H. east mails, not including
-.lie    way   mails,    Sapperton,    Frasei
Mills and <'oquitlam.
Mal,s   Despatches.
0;00 a. m. (closed at eleven o'clock
Mi*?  prevfous  night)���Vancouver    via]
P. It.
For further particulars ana reservit-
Mons apply
ED. OOULET,
..sent. New Westmlnstei
or to C. B. FOSTER,
Asst.. Genl. Pass    \rm
Vnnrouv.>r.
tr
ADVFRTISK       Tt-i
IN ���
THE       DAILY
NEWS
Clas-ifs with Troops.
P agui \ i-i .:. Dec 2. *Boh( in...
i- ii Ing to n with riots and dtsordi ra
������ . accompanying the holiday at*
ten.lain uiHin th.* celebration of the
birth,ia.'. anniversary of the Austrian emperor, Franz Josef. The rioting of ;h.. secessionists here today
h.i^ reached a climax in the barricading; of many streets and clashes with
troop��s in which many have been reported killed.
The rioters are in sufficient numbers
hemla and t'ne authorities have mad.,
strong representations to the government today asking authorizatlot of
nin-t  severe  repressive  measures.
To  INCREASE  You.- BUSINESS.
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
EiKht Trains Every jj*v in the Ye*t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
,THE NORTH-WESTERN I TD
to hold their own aga.nst the troops Emb()dJe8 the MWe.t ��f ��it SS
and the police. The hospitals arc till. I .for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
with the wounded. The spirit of! and LUXURY. It is lighted with
anarchy  is   spreading throughout  1 to- i both   electricity   and   gas;,  the   roost
1 brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private oompartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
MT, miming chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and bufet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further infcrmation call on or write
F* W. PARKER.
7M Second Avenue. Seattle. W*si
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
bb.    Favorite
O. N.  R.  "Owl."
?:;;(! a.m.���Vancouver and (excepi
Tuesday) Victoria, via li. C. Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Huv
Ingdon, B.C., via C. P. R. south; also
C. P. IM east, Sapperton, ami Frai i i
Mills.
Ft is. r .Mi.is and Coquitlam,
Note.--The two 7:30 a.m. t.
malls, south and east, take mail foi
all points from New We.nun
east (including Langlej and district
via Port Haney.) The I: IU p.m. C.P
R. despatch omits all Lowei Fra ���������
iKiints east of Coquitlam except Piti
Meadows, Port Haney, Port Hammond,
Webster's Corners, Mission City,
Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs.
Mails for Port .Moody and li.m.
both via Vancouver and C, I'. K. mails.
Ma.Is   Received.
0:4". a.m,   Blaine and   Su'iitle,    in
S. poiui.-. via Q. N.  R.
Synopsis ui  Canadian Hom i ���-'.
Regulations,
j'-_
1 eluding all
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.  -Straw ... 11.,  Hill,
Timberland   n'ul  So'iiii   Uestmn ii
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
.:20 a.m    Vancouver and  V'lcti   lu,
. via B. C, Elei 11 Ic railwa
'v:o a.m.    Vancouver,  via U   N   U
10:00  to  11:00  a.m.   Ladner,   P0rt
Qulchon, Westham island and (Tues
i day,  Thursday and Saturday)   Wood
(Staves
vi,i   Van
*-.-',"   , in     Blaine and    Seattle,    In
eluding all IM S. points east and south; I ward, via steamer Favouriti
also all points between New Wesimin-  ton despatched and rece ve
.-..��� and  Blaine,  via. <!. N.  R. ! couver.)
Note.   Cloverdale and distrlcl (Clo-      12:30   to   l   p.m.- C.   P,   i;.   east,
vei Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Allu- Sapperton, Fraser Mills and   Coqult*
 _ j via and  Kensington    Prairie)    Hazel-   lam.
i     ^ . mere, Port Kells, Hall's Prairie   and     1:00 p.m,   Vancouver, Central Park
Carrying  freight   and passengers to  Nicomekl despatched daily except Sun-|and Eraser Arm
all points between  New Westminster;day;     Clayton,     Monday,     Tuesday,      **:30 p.m.-East Burnaby, by courier,
Thursday and Saturday; Tyiielie.nl | 2:30 p.m.- Burqultlam, bj coin lei.
|and lion Accord, Wednesday ;iuA Sal-, SM30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in
jurday.    These malls are all  received Ieluding all V. s. points; also all points
Wheat Shipments Set New Record.
Winnipeg, Dec. 2 ���During this last
week of navigation the C. P. R. Is making a record In gelling wheat to Fort
William. During November an average of fell can. dally were Inspected
here, making half a million bushel'
rially. This wed, the average will ' ���
higher.
and Westham Island. 	
Leaves Brack man-Ker's wharf daily
at 2 p.m.; additional trip ou Mondays,
leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning leave  Westham Island 7
a.m. daily, except Fridays at 0 a.m.;
additional  trip on  Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m., calling at Stereston ts
inducement offers.
*****        ADVI-.HTHK       -*!
��� IN ~-
TH-E      DAILY      NEWS
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS ATI TN
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON(and
FAIRBANKS. Daily hain- fjg
Sunday) carrying pagers, mail,
express and freight connect witb
stages at Carcro���� znd White Horse
maintaining a through winter service'
For  information
^^^^^^^l*UHv to
J.  H.   ROGERS.  T.-.fTir  M
***n*ger
samo days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
ltMIO p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Timberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham I land and Sunbury, daily
except Sunday; Woodward, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
Favourite, Capt. .1. C. Bruce. (Steven-
ton mail despatched and received via
Vancouver.)
2M10 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via fl. N. R. north.
4:00���Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via II. G. Electric railway. Saturday
an extra mall is despatched to Vic
torla via Vancouver at thia hour
Blnlne and Seattle, including all J.
between Blaine and New Wi simlnstei,
via O. .N. It. (See note abov,. as to
days on which these malls are despatched  und  received.)
4:45 p.m.���Vancouvei   via 0.  N.   It.
"Flyer."
ti.00���Vancouver via fi. c.  Electric
railway.
9:00 p.m.���Victoria via Vancouver.
7:00 p.m���Sumas   ami Seattle,    in
eluding all U. S. points and points between Huntingdon and New We (minster, via C. P. R, south: alio Fraser
Mills.
1:00 p.m.���C. P. H. ,as!
Ai... available Iloui
In the railway I - *
bta, may ue bojaesti a h
who is the Bole b'
any male o.er lb yeai
exteut of one-quartei
acres, more or less
Entry must be madi   , ��� ���'
the local land oflice :��� :
; which the land is situ
proxy may, however, be made
| tain conditions by the fa   ���
sou, daughter, brother or
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is reQUl
tm in iin.- conditions conw
with    under    oue    of tht    toW*111*
plans.
I 1 i Al Vast six in.-li
Upon and i I'MvaMon ol
each   -ear  for three  ... D
I.M    If tae father (or tnothi
father ls deceased),    of   tl ���
steader resides upon  i I
vicinity of ihe land ent< ���
requirements as to reslrti
'satisfied  by such  per.*	
i the father or mother,
(if)    If the jfcttler ba
[ent residence upon farming
jed by him lu tae vicinity of
stead, the requirements    i-
dence may l>e satisfied by   i
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing <
be given to the Commissioner
Inion Lands at Ottawa of Intel
apply for patent
COAL.���Coal mining right!     ���
leased for a period of twenty-oil* y����
at an annual i��ntal of Jl  P**^ *
Not   more   than 2580 acres thi
leased to one Individual or o �� "n"T
A royalty at the rate of Are ��� " ' ��
ton shall be collected "ti    th*
ehnntable coal mined.
' W. W. COR'
Deputy of the Minister of'li'I''
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C.  Hambcr
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary   Public
Room   10,
New  Westminsttr
Conveyancer
Brine   Block
P. O. Box  795
ur       ADVERTIHK
��� IN ���
T  H  F       DAILV       N  5
If   VMM  N'*-''.   ���"���'
���w THUBSDAT, ���.
THE DAILY JNUWS.
SOUTH WESTm/HSTfr*
������or si/Boiv/s/on or���
S3/T2_*
J      JL
������������'.   .
If you contemplate buying a
5-Acr
IT FARM
_
i
--
Be sure you secure one near town
:       :     ON THE TRAM LINE     :       :
Our subdivision is positively the only one on the
market supplying either or both these conditions,
and when you consider it is an indisputable fact
that more money has been made by purchasing
a near growing centres of population than by
all other schemes combined, you will readily und. r-
stand the wisdom of those who have already in-
sted with us.
It stands to rea- m that land so situated is bound
to increase in value much moTe rapidly than if
miles away from town or electric tram. The present low prices will not hold good much longer.
We are opening all roads in our subdivision, so
that every lot will front on a good road.
The soil is just the right sort for fruit culture,
and the clearing so light that the wood and shingle bolts will sell for enough to about pay for it.
The price we are asking per acre for our splendid South Westminster homesites is only $75.00 to
$100.0v, and we have a number of choice blocks
left to be sold at these ridiculously low figures,
���vhich will soon be raised. ,
If vou do not want one of them yourself, just
��� ke a present of one to each of your children (it
would be the very best kind of life insurance) and
m ii' you do nol plant the land out in fruit, it
i almost certainly add to its present value fully
00 per cent, each year for the next ten years,
iking it worth in that time $1,000.00 per acre,
very reasonable expectation.   We can give you
a deed at once.
lid
T. R. PEARSON, Manager
New  Westminster,
1ST   x/Q��j  Li lCL
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster, B C
QOOKSLEY'S
LIBERALS MAKE GAINS
IN (WO BYE-ELECTIONS
: Pict
I Wanted -:- lost -:��� found a
I tor Sale -:��� lo Rent -:- tte. 1
*W it
���fe^. .m;;im.,ii;m;m::i:m;:;:^.:..^^-v:;;;::;;i^om^^:-^
UNEXCELLED opportunity [or  iinnrt !
young mn, or woman to represent Premier   Hazen's   Action   ill
high cl i weekly In w e3tmlnster. i
i'.ill or write Wakley  & Bodie,
Pond 'i  street, Vancouver,
ure
POST CARDS
WANTED Housework by tlie month;
experienced girl; wages ?20 or ?25.
Apply M. ll., Daily Newa office.
Recent Dominion Election
Gains Him Many Enemies.
Th.. llazeu
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE AT
1 WILL TRADE it five acre farm all
cleared,   at Westminster   Junctio.i,
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE j     ��or  clty  ,,)ts-   Happerl.-n
J.  G.   GAMON'S CIGAR   DIVAN,   F.!    C. Tyner, Box 556.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
preferred
"THE  FAIR,"  Columbia   Street.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
car Ime, for $100 earii, $:_:> cash,
balance $10 per lnoniii. White ���'*���-
Shiles, :!()0 Columbia Btreet, City.
CABINET MAKER.
(Thr.-e Years With J. A. Lee.)
ha3 just opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission  furniture a  specialty; office and .-tore furniture; all
ninds of furniture repairs,
First Class workmanship,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: ?,6 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  O.   Box 304.        Hou..e  Pbonn  B 29. i
WHEN YOU WM NY KIND OF
REPAIRING DONE
S:. John, N. M Dec. -
government received a evere re-
verse yesterdaj by the defeai in
Northumberland and Cai eton county
bye-elections of both Conservative
candidates.    In tne general provincial
77777;���,. , ,,���;���; ;���~7���; ; election   in   lasl   March   they carried
I-OK SALE���Lots on the Sixth Btreet ���*
these -"ins by L500 anrl .".00   respectively.
Vacancies    were    caused    by    the
     . _  resignation     of  B   Frank Smith,    of
HOUSES TO RENT���Those nice new Carleton, to contest the federal seat
houses on Thirteenth between Fifth a-galnst F. IV Carvell, and Iionald
and Sixth avenue; splendid view. Morrison In Northumberland to run
* One minute from car line. Every- against W. s. Loggle. Moth of them
thing new and up to date; woodwoil. were defeated, and they refused to run
mission I'mish, cast Iron enamel i!l the bye-elections.
bath, electric light, hot and cold H'-" John P. BurchUl was nomln-
water, six 100111s beside poLrch and '���:'1'1 '���'��� the Liberals of Northumber-
vestlbule; four closets, .lust, the land to run agalnsl IM D. Swim, Con-
home tor a Cii-Mtiua.. bride: look servative nominee, and he was elec I
.,.���_ them, For particulars phone 'J -'""��� although a .sent In the United
A 179. ";';|''    a! ''"' l'!i''   "' nomination and
 throughoul the time of thi   campaign
TO   RENT���Seven roomed   furnished  ,m ,, trip tor the benefit of his health.
Mr.   BurchUl  had   the  active  sup] orl
of Hon. .lohn Morrisey, commissioner
house with one acre of ground; also
forty chick, ns; runt $20; Queens
avenue and Eleventh Btreel
I; Such as Guns, Fmli el    -  'IV writers,
11  anj  v      into chlnery re
ed,  go tn
ALEX. SPECK
Colum! I 1   :'.       "Man on the Wheel."
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Large   team whist.-,
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assorttuen*. of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
Phone 275.
City Elections
Notice Is herebj  glvei       the elec-1
tors of tli.- City of New  Westminster
that I requ  the _aid |
��� ���      .-   at   the   C Mn.N-
D.W.    the     Mil    day
: iv        ... the pur-
posi       electing a Mayi       ind
Si the yi
ind at 1- 1 .     n of the   aim
day, tor the purpose of 1 ���   1
;. .���   yd        a tor   h     11 ;
ol  1909.
The mode of nomination shall    be
as follows.   Each candidate shall be
nominated   in    writing;    the   writing1
shall   e subscribed by two persons as,
proposer aud seconder, who shall   be
of public work., in the Hazen cabinet,
ished rooms from who- notwithstanding the appeals .1
heated,' premier Hazen and he re 1 of the
cabinet, refuse i to drop BurchUl an 1
support Swnu. It .4 freely predicted
Mia: as a result of Morrison's ittitude
his t'me in the government cun., will
be short.
In Carleton countj, where the
Conservative government had a great
majority last March, C. W, Upham,
Liberal, won by 147 over W. ,1. Owns,
Conservative. Two more vacancies are
imminent in Kings and Albert counties, but the government will hardly
dar. '11 open these constituencies ft-
ter yesterday's reverse.
There i.s alleged to be a revolt
against Premii r Hazen throughout
the   province  for  his  attitude  in ihe
TO   RENT
$1.50  1X31- wi....  up.    Steam
h and modern conveniences. Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Arch-
��� :   Royal Cafe (formerly Lee's).
TO   RENT���Suite    furnished   rooms,
le for light nous keeping, Ap-
. -., Alex. Speck,
WANTED���Pupils for violin and mandolin; fees moderate. Address
Box 4S7, City.
TO LET���Furnished bedroom. Apply
139 Dickenson street, the Crescent.
WANTEDGood plain sewing neatly
done. Apply Mrs. .1. Simpson, Ash
street. P. O. Box 91.7.
M)R  RENT-Furnished  housekeeping   last   Dominion  .'.(Mais in  reading a
... tutiful    view; : fialse affidavit lion. William
rooms;   clo e in;
view; j f.al.-
irniture for sale.    Enquire room 7, Pugsley.   The Lib   als are also bitter
Bun- block. against him after having assisted  to
 _. ���put him in power lng many
VESTM1NSTER EMPLOYMENT L,.bera] 0fficeh.
AGENCY���Under new management, _____
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O j
box 807.    Can supply  you  with  all
kinds of help    promptly,    free    of j
charge,    Branch office, 107 Cordova j
st eet west, Phone A 2750. Vancou- ;
���'.. B. C.
MOOSE SHOT Bl HUNTER
EXPOSES GOLD BEARING HOCK
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
2nd  TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Heip   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and     McNEEuEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMIN5") En,   B.   C.
���'hone   431. P. O. Box   S85
duly qualified electors and residents *n i _
Famous    Bull     Mocse     cf    Anaconda
Brings Luck to Prospectors Who
Kill   Hin-  In   North.   '
the C ty; and such nomination paper
shall contain a statement signed by
the person nominated that he con*
sir- to such nomination.
The nomination papers shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at an>
time between the date of this notice
and (in tin  casi o! Mayor and School  VOLUNTEER   dOUNTY   ACT,  1906.1
Trustees)   12 noon of the 7th day of        WAhNlNG TO FURCHASERS.
December,   1908,   or   (In  the  case of      Every assignment of the right of a
Udermen)  1 o'clock p.m. of the same  South  African  Voluteer entitled to a
jav . 1   _   in;   must     le   by   way   of  ap- !
In the event of a poll being neces       intintn      Itute and must be
sary, such poll will be opened on the   11 tho fori    pro.  led by tlu-Act.
II 1 ith   day   of   Dei ��� m er,   1908,  al
o'cl 11        --in.,    and    will    :���> main   op ���"
. p.m. "f the sam.   d ij at    thi
I lace :   Thi Counc I Cham.
Hall; the Flre Hall, S
111 Mi    , ai .rwori     B
,��� corn       ���       Vuck
f which 1
,,���1    is ' '',.. tl I
1...i'n himself accordingly.
11   ���     ution Is  called to Sub
lon '���*   f Section 5 1 f the Volunti ei
1 ,1 provides that
....   1       ���   ������,!! of thi   right of a vol-
olntment of a b��:.-
ill bi    ���     ���   d or recognized
���tmeni     of   the   Interior
: is not executed and dated afver
the dr.te of the warrant for the land
grant Issued by the Minister of Militia
Bellingham, Dec. 2.���-in slaying the
famous Anaconda bull moo_.e, which
has .lodged Alaska hunters for years,
Oscar T. Nelson, 0 this city discovered a  vein of    gold    on    Fairbanks
creek.
Word of Nelson's strike waj today
.  .   .        ' \ his brother.   While hunting .. 1        0    -   - rs on Fairbanks
,..., ,..  1 oosi   trail  was struck.That
.,:.,; 1 ., ia    ��� near was evi-
:t:    >   the i ra:         Thi   1 couts   soon
ju; ,. ������ 1  t>.i    ilg         '     an.l he  made
-   a   ii    for   Ni   ion,   who   was   lying
���     r cover,    M... u  the animal   was
.:���        ��� irds . ;' Nelson, ti *. sented
���     'and   larted In an opposite dl-
,   a.    He was   00 late.
,    .    ...   ;.i ... .   - ... being quarter-
; *, which had
:   :,    x .;  ed fri              i li a layer 0!
orn ;   ,  .       the dying animal,
...         .   ,.    atlties.
���i'    mo   . wi - ' '���- ;i;**
pread II ���      er se".
���������
Qiven under  my  hand  at   the  City and D fen     In favor of the volunteer.
Hail, New Westminster, the 24th Hay .1. W  GREENWAY,
of November, 1908. otnralssioner of Dominion
W. A. DUNCAN, Lands. Ottawa.
Returni-*.-; Officer. '--Mi s^i.temho'"   1908,
c*^*K3*o*c*o*oo*o*o*c*r*o��oc*c*o*c��c��n*co��^^o*o*o#o<^)
I LOT 7_ Block 36
on the comer of Royal ive-ius and Eleventh, street. Splendid warehouse or factors .Ite; B. C. Electrio and C. P. U.
tracks run past this p.wporty. Prloe $3000. Reasonable
terms    TIMS IS A S V'ltll'H'K.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
itnc.e  M'lio'ie   18b.       Burn  'Pbona 137
Columbia   Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
an)   part ot tae city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
P
Also for sale at   HALE   BROS.   &   CO    and
PACIFIC   REALTY   CO.
1   1111 ��i
Dominion Trust Co.
OFt-ir.E���-*1 "AM   DEPOT.
T. R. PEARSON, Mpr.
ni p>w Westminster, B. c.
Mij^wtwmm
BOOKING TO'   AND   FROM    ANY
, I'OINTS   IN   THF   OLD   COU.NTRY
I CAN  HE ARUANMFD AT THIS OFFICE.
Empress of Ireland, Nov.  18,
5 j Empress of Ireland  Dec. 11
% j Empress of Britain  Dec. 25
For  other  dates   and  particulars,
apply to
��� ED. OOULET,
' C. P. R. Agent.
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We Want
Your
Business
Give us your first of the
month order and see how well
we will treat vou. Vou will And
that our goods are all of the
verj I" st quality, strictly fresn
and  prices right.
\\'.' can save you money on
..our grocery orders.    "Try us."
Ftrsi shipment of Japanese
oranges are just In, per .box 75c.
Naval   oranges,   large   ones,
per doz.n 40c.
*
We have a fi w boxes left   of
those lovely  apples,    McAulasn
Red.
C A. WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woolwork furniture
and floors.
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing all woodwork.
EIGHT OARKIES TO SING
FOR COLLEGE SOCIETY
i Concert   to   Be   Given   on   Dec.   15.���
Principal  Sipprell  Continue,;; on
Collecting  Campaign.
JOHNSON'S     ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all paint,
varnish, etc.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for filling the grain and
pores  of WOOd.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
! Phone 379.
P.  0.  Box  249.
i!
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DECEMBER   7th,   1908
UNDER   PATRONAGE   OF   SCHOOL
TRUSTEES.
Ihe Royal City High School
Present's the famous
I
Schubert Symphony Club
and Lady Quartette
Most of the numbers wer.    written!
or arranged  especially  for   the   Schu-
....
YOU Cannoi Afford tn Miss
This Great Musical Treat
\ tisti * Include THOMAS VALENTINE PURCELL, celebrated American vioIini3t, and that charming mono-
log st   WXA PEARL WEATHERING.
TON.
One   Night  Only
���AT  THK���
Westminster Opera House
.    I   b,   ... ��� ��� . sity and depart-
I ftcatea   will   be presented!
icci --*. M    in   the    duly ;
���   tions. I
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors,
Special   attention   paid   to       Banquets,
Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Centrally   located.
XMAS GROCERIES
Candied   Peel    Raisins.
A full line   of general   provisions:
lowi -���  prices,    'I ry    our   goods    and
.ei   will  come again.
THOS. RUTLEDGE
Corner Sixth Streel and Fifth Avenue.
Phone 404.
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Massage   and   Scalp Treatment     a
Specialty
Corner of   Sixth   and  Columbia.
The Collegi Literary society hav
:.-cured the Tennessee Jubilee Singers.
companj of eight tull-bloodi :
darkies, to give a < oncert in this cit.,
Dec. 15, Whi i'i II wlll be held nas a<*t
leen settled on, but probably eithi i
in one of the college halls, or at th
Queens avenue Methodist church.
Principal Sipprell left yesterday onl
another campaign toward raisins
money for the jubilee endowment fund
M' the school, IL��� will not return till
after school closes for the holidays
which will be on Dec, 19.
Rev,   W.  W.   Bromwlch,   pastor  o!
the South  Burnaby  Methodist  chine!',
addressed the Y. M. C. A. meeting a
Columbian   college   last  evening.
Another indoor track  meet   will  be
i
held between the night class und the
students at the gymnasium, soon after
Christinas, the one held last month
proving so successful a.s to suggest
more. The events to be pulled off will J
include several ou the gym. apparatus.
The finals in ih.- inter-class basket-j
ball  league  which  are  to  play  off the]
lie for first place between three teams,:
will sfcarl a week from Saturday night,
the  teams drawing to decide opponents.
Conslderabh   disappointment Is  felt I
among the boys at the school over thel
dissolution of the junior soccer league.,
The junior team lias had tbe hop.      I
thi  school centred in it this year,   h
pn  em   Intermediate    bunch    having
little    anticipation    of    winning    the
.-ban... onshlp,  as  li is  been  don.     in
former years.   Although defeated last
week   !..-.   the local    city    team,    the
juniors were    confident    they    would
sh..w  up  bi tti r  aftei  a  iii I le  stea ly
practice,
Thu Intermediate association ���    ven
leaves at  one o'clock    Saturday    for
Vancouver  where   thei    will   play   the
V. A   C. on the Main de street groun I
In the lirst round for the Chant.,  c ip.
Tii    college ri pre entatlves will
Goal, Davidson; full backs, Houh and
Canfleld; hair backs, Hargravi s,
i;    ul  Bouck;  forwards. Barraclougu,
King,  Meyi rs,  .Armstrong and   V.   II
reserves,   Latimer,   Priest.    11.  McColl
wil   referee.
MINERS.   FRIGHTENED   BY
SMOKE.   RUSH   WILDLY
Central City, Ky., Doc   2,    Oue hun-1
dred miners in  thi   coal  m'ne i f the'
Centra: coal and  Mon company, near
:liis city,  escaped   from  the  workings :
which had    een filled with .-moke as j
a  result ot an armai ure blow ing off n
dynamo running a  pump, shortlj   bi
fore ���". o'clock this moi ning,   The rain
ers, fright.ned by the smoke, hurrie
to the   surface  through   an   air   shafl I
much to the joy of the assembled peo-'
pie and   anxious   wives and   mothers
who had gathered at the mouth of the
mine soon after word of the accident
had  gain.. 1 currency.
���.����������� ��� *i'��� >i.���m*m*m*^*i���'���.i��i:i��i::^i::i*m��:::.��im#i;:=*^��-:;-��^*-::
1 Electric Railway
���
���
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���
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Ir.terurban    Line.
-   for  Vancouver   and    wht
a it] r_s   will   rnr.  every half-
ii   '���' ::.   ':������ 50  a. m      Last
���   - ������  ���-�� a��. 11  p. m.
(Last fa- Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
-    -    ������-   tne   depot     every
twentj .**-s   !or   both   Sap-
* n ani city limits over the
Itj  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapprrton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an 1 fifty mhiutes aTter
the hour,  commencing at 6:30
a.  m.
Sunday  Service   nair nourly  between S.30 a.m   and 11 p.m.
POPE'S   CONDITION   NOT
CONSIDERED   AS   BAD
Rome, Dec. 1.- Tbe reports In circulation in the citj   to the ��� fi'.< t that
ithe pope is suffering from pneumonia
land bronchitis are withoui foundation.
His condition Is today u little better,
but be Is sMii obliged to keep to lite
bed.  hla physicians  Insl ��� ing   ihal   he
l remain quiet.    He Is suff.   mil; from a
cold.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
������: ������-'���: ���- ��� ���'������'���!��� ���.���''������"��� ���i*v* ::���.'���: ::*:::-*::::*^4^*::j*:
--���
Death Gives Release.
Los Aug. les. Cal., Dee 2 Mrs.
Isabels Wardwell, the lepei wife of
the famous old army officer, who recently di.il in Arizona, died early today at the county hospital hi re Sh"
will he buried in the Potter's field,
We Have
ALL KIND8 OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.!
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We��tmin��ter.
Bridge Contract Let!
Queensborough   District on Lulu Island destined to be one   ..f
the largest Industrial centres in the province.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
to gei |n the way of an advance by buying water frontage there,
Shrewd Local Investors
have already  more than doubled their money by buying in Queen
borough.
Maps and iirice list on application to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 - 1 ()9
All Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
CLOTHING
On  Sale at  BIG  Reductions
Our December sale of ladies'and children's garmenta ���   ,    our customera
ave.    Th.. low prices quoted arc clearing mil quickly man;.   V  ia   ,. special Ifties,
a   -���:. a-   , .,,
Remarkable Values in These
SPECIAL SALE
SUITS        at $25.00
Clearing out suits at this price mean* u loss to us.   Regular values run up to $45.00, bui ������*.,
clear them out,    Several customers were quiclt to appreciate 'ho bargains  offered  and  cho
best offered.    There are still suits In mny, brown, black only;  made  of   high   class Gem
With  good  silk  lininR-*, tailor made and effectively trimmed with braid   and   buttons,    on
skins  are   mad,   pleated or plain flared with folds;  sizes 32 to 38.    \t. each   $2D.O0
Serviceable and Stylish
Dress Skirts at
$4.95
Regular $6.75 to $11.50 Values.
By all means one of thi greatest
skin offers We have ever placed on
-al.-. Some six dozen Btylos to select
from In all colors and si/..s. it is Impossible in describi the many varieties
hi re, ul tadii a can supply themseh ���
wiih a h.indsome -*lMtt al a price extremely low.    \n one prici   ..   $4.95
NEW SUITS at
$9.95 each
These w..e our mo t
suits   ikih   season,   rang
from   $i"    to   .1 * 00,    bin
ranges of sizes and coli i   a
". .��� have   lecid   I to placi
our    ile -;.. cial _ along ,-. li
���   pi Ice I   -ui'   .  Note Mi.   ���
low ;.rM e al   which  we off. r Ihi
1 ���   ��� ���   mi-. ;��� .   _::���
in !  dai inixl ires in
..ii'-       til     ���'���     In i'ii.   or tl
colors.     All   ��� "ach
I    '
Deep Price Reductions On
Read the list below
One only, Mai mot St.de Coll   _.,
One only. Stoni   i larten Stol
l    ii onl}*,   Marmot   Stole Col ... -
Two only, Marmot Stole Col
Read the list below
7_ im hi long     Regulai  prli        7.5      Now
R -      00.    Now	
Regular pi li ���   $2*7 50    Now	
ti    .. ce $21 50,    Now	
Thre.   i.iily.  Marmoi   Collars     Regulai  price $15.75.   Now   .
One only. Electric Seal and >   tinchiUa  Collarette.    Regular  prlci   $25.00     Now   .
only, Wii'.'.  Thibet Ku      ;_��� ���;., Regulai  prlci   $15.7..,    Now   	
Om-Ioi Coney and [initiation p rsian  Lamb Collars.    Regular pri<     $3.50 to $4.50    Sow
*.
A SPECIAL LINE OF
SWEATERS
For the Boys
Lowly priced at   OOC
each
These  are  meeting   w-iih  a  big
sali.   They are heavy,  well ina
nice      appeal.nice,      (if      .-;. i\ |ci aid"
garments, In just ihe style which
appeal to a boy. Color- are navy,
cardinal, black and cream, trimmed
with narrow bands of contra .ting
color on cuffs and collars. AJl M/.-.
Now   65c
CHILDREN'S COATS
at
tpZ.njh
This   pi ce  represents , froi
and sizes are suitable for ���..: to ;��� . ears
mo '-i .    .'. Ith a  '   w  a ... In   I . ill   m *. d   ere" -���    H
,,i        .   ,ii.i i  -. ��� - on,     Vn .   ���
, : Is il   * ii.   valtu
New Style Lot of
LADIES'
Norfolk Jackets
$4*50 each
Tin     e-i  qualltj  .ff wool u "���-
in thi .<��� new jacket .   Tbe weight
is double thai of any other line .���������
carry and the style ll appropi la'
tor u.ar without coa; Made in
mannish effect with side |x>cketx
Belt, Hm collar, Qtted cuffs an I
fastened In front with large pearl
buttons. Colors navy, cardinal,
brown  and   white.     Each   ....$4.50
Another Lot of
New NET and
LACE Blouses
Several  times thl     ea on liavi   we received these sh pi
of now laci   waists and each   tlnn         ms   to    Increa
pepulaiii..   and ���'���'b-.    These  will be eagi rlj    "���'���]''  <"'
id, a-  have  been  worked oui  In   making  ol   thia  Une J"s'
band,    Made of flne nets and all over lace? over silk
Tb.y have long sieevs and  ar.-  all   neatlj   trimmed   with     ������'*
Insertion-, and collars.   All Bizes.   Each $5.25 to $
SUPERIOR QUALITY OF
Japanese   Taffeta  for  Blouses
65c, 75c and 85c per yard
Qualities which hardly one person out of a dozen knows thai
\. e keep, but those who have made up these Kind's speak in
the high, si terms of recommendation of their good wearing
qualities, They are heavy, close woven, wash and wear well
and are guaranteed not to cut. Sold In llRhi cr-nin only, -17
inches wide
New Arrivals
by express
.,,,.,   mi     Ladies'   Lacr   Collars,
Collar   Supporters.   Leather   Bag"
Mounted BackCombs. Elastic B.iu
Taney Ties, Lace Ties. etc.
W. S. Collister & Co.
TME  STORE   POR  WOMEN'S WEAR
WMtU&&Ml'0*��-:'-XW'Mifflll
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